Everywhere Release New Song 'Moments'

Pure Gold - Indie Shuffle
Pop in the grandest loosest sense of the word - Clash Music
Hints of The Killers' soaring indie anthems - The Skinny
A perfect summery pop moment - Record Of The Day

Following the success of acclaimed single "Man Up", London Alt Rock band 'Everywhere' have announced the release of their new track "Moments" available October 27 in co-operation with 'BMD w Friends' and Universal music.

In recent years, Everywhere have seen a steady stream of support from the blogosphere with singles such as Some Other Dude, Shades At Night and Man Up. Their new release "Moments" is best described as a laid-back anthemic retro stomper with a "carpe diem" message. The song was originally performed by fellow Swedish Electro crooner 'Kev' and was later adapted by 'Everywhere' after a chance encounter.
"We just heard the original and felt that it screamed for a certain kind of arrangement and feel." – says the band.

Since their Hypemachine charting debut "Eddie", Eveywhere's music has been streamed millions of times on YouTube, Soundcloud and Spotify. They made their first International appearance at the 2013 NME Awards in the UK, playing alongside Django Django and Palma Violets, and later went on to support the Kaiser Chiefs and headline Notting Hill Arts Club in London. 





Everywhere is a Alt Rock band based in London UK.

The band formed in 2012, with Swedish lead singer Max Berga, emailing his bedroom demos to a large number of producers around the world. After a few days of silence, he suddenly received a phone call from Los Angeles. The man on the phone was hit maker Mark Needham. Known for his work with The Killers and Imagine Dragons, he offered the band to fly in for some recording sessions. Max, overwhelmed by the proposal, said yes on the spot, only to realize once they had hung up, that he yet had no musicians.

With limited time on his hands, he logged on to a Swedish website called Bandfinder and started to fire off emails to users, asking them if they wanted to "fly with him to Los Angeles and record some tunes". Most of the Swedes, modest by nature, thought he was joking, but after many failed attempts, he finally managed to find a set of players who were both skilled and up for the task.

The trip turned out to be the start of 'Everywhere'. The name of the band was inspired by the quote "Good girls go to heaven, bad girls go everywhere" by former Cosmopolitan editor Helen Gurley Brown.

The group released it's first single, 'Eddie' in 2013 as a free download and the tune was described by the band itself as "a little song about a plan that completely backfired" regarding an ex-girlfriend of the singer who got into the fashion industry as a model where she got "used and abused".

'Eddie' was introduced to national radio in the UK by BBC Radio 2's Alex Lester and got some notable support from blogs and magazines. Saam Daas of Faded Glamour called the single "a checklist for stadium pop stardom" and Indie Shuffle wrote that the song was "Pure Gold".

At the time of the release, the band performed a gig alongside Django Django and Palma Violets at the NME Awards. Blogger Clare Knight reviewed the performance saying "Max took the lead when it came to crowd interaction, especially when he was complimented on his hair numerous times. "Thanks; it's a perm", he responded". BBC Introducing Radio presenter and blogger Jess Bracey also commented on the performance saying; "their epic performance and technically tight tracks were a treat for the ears".

In November 2013, the band released their debut EP 'American Grandeur', produced by Mark Needham through the label Trompe L'Oeil Records. The EP and its leading single 'Soldier' got a fair share of support. Notably, Bloomberg's rock critic Mark Beech compared the band to ABBA and described the EP as a "unbland blend of pop hooks and very slick production" as well as Clash Music's Robin Murray describing it's leading single 'Soldier' as a "piano led stomper" and "pop in the grandest loosest sense of the word". Off the back of the release, the band headlined Notting Hill Arts Club in London supported by California Gypsies and The Arches. In November 2013 'Everywhere' appeared on the cover of MusicWeek.

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