NEWS: Everything Everything Drop Track Teletype

Everything Everything have shared ‘Teletype’, a new track and video taken from their forthcoming album Raw Data Feel - out 20 May on the band’s own imprint Infinity Industries / AWAL. Everything Everything will release a limited-edition lyric book CAPS LOCK ON: Lyrics + Debris 2007-2022, out 20 May through Faber Music. The band are also touring the UK and Ireland starting in March and with London’s Roundhouse on 13 April and will be supported by Do Nothing, Phoebe Green, Liz Lawrence and L’objectif.

Raw Data Feel was announced earlier in February with its lead single ‘Bad Friday’ (“a deft, daring, clinical offering,” according to CLASH) receiving plaudits from the likes of Brooklyn Vegan, DIY, Dork, The Evening Standard, The Guardian, The Independent, The Line Of Best Fit, NME, Rolling Stone, Stereogum, Under The Radar, and more. The single had its first play from BBC Radio 1 tastemaker Clara Amfo and has gone onto register further support from the station’s Greg James and Jack Saunders as well as Chris Hawkins and the New Music Fix playlist on BBC Radio 6 Music and John Kennedy on Radio X.

Explaining the meaning behind ‘Teletype’ and its visuals - which were created by frontman Jonathan Higgs - Everything Everything comment: “This song began in a very experimental way, with Alex and Jon sampling voice and guitar then putting it through a process that randomised each chord in a chaotic and glitchy rhythm. A very direct song, straight from the heart, with a fresh new openness that we felt was a good scene-setting for the record.”


Printing a limited number of copies, CAPS LOCK ON: Lyrics + Debris 2007-2022 is a full-colour, hardback edition presenting the lyrics to all songs released by the band including b-sides, rarities and new album Raw Data Feel. It will present a treasure trove of previously unseen images featured alongside the lyrics, including behind-the-scenes archive material of notebooks, chord sheets, set lists and photos.