Premiere: Everywhere – Some Other Dude

Everywhere band

Everywhere are a Swedish four piece based in London. We have the pleasure to share with you today the premiere of their new single Some Other Dude which drops digitally on July 29th. The funky upbeat track arrives just in time to get you on your feet this Monday morning.

The track follows on from the release of last year’s single Shades At Night and is also the second song to be revealed from their Sophomore EP due out in September this year.

It’s a funky little song about the importance of seizing an opportunity before it goes out the window

says Stockholm native front man Max Berga when asked about the song. It’s about a guy to shy to ask a girl to dance. When opportunity slips away, he watches her dance with Some Other Dude.

During the recording process of the new EP the band have divided their time between Stockholm, Los Angeles and London to collaborate with a number of producers, including American hit maker Mark Needham (The 1975, The Killers).

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 have a couple of UK dates coming up this summer:

July 8 / Bleach /w Fragile Creatures / Brighton
July 16 / 22 Red Bank /w Demons Of Ruby Mae / Manchester
July 17 / Headrow House /w Kelvin / Leeds
June 24 / The Dublin Castle / London
July 15 / The Rocking Chair / Sheffield
July 23 / The Zanzibar Club / Liverpool
July 28 / The Finsbury / London
August 4 / Bannermans / Edinburgh
August 5 / Old Hairdressers / Glasgow

Some Other Dude is available as of July 29th from all digital retailers.

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Music blogger by night, SEO by day. Started Indie is not a Genre in 2011, will always prefer live music over recordings and intimate pub gigs over arena shows.

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Indie is not a genre

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