Ahead of Reading and Leeds Festivals, the band pick out the artists they can't wait to see live.
It’s an exciting summer for Everyone You Know, the London indie pop duo who have been making waves over the past twelve months with their infectious tunes.
Since releasing their debut EP last year, brothers Rhys and Harvey have been growing their fanbase at an increasingly rapid rate, dropping singles that have caught the ears of tastemakers such as NME, The Line of Best Fit and Radio 1’s new music expert Annie Mac.
The duo are currently gearing up for the release of their new EP Look After Your Pennies, which is due to drop on 16 August 2019 via Sony RCA.
Today, Everyone You Know have previewed the EP with the release of their brand new single, the anthemic She Don’t Dance. Watch the official video for the track below:
The release of their upcoming EP will come just a week before Everyone You Know will make their most prestigious festival appearance to date, performing on the BBC Radio 1 Dance Tent the upcoming Reading and Leeds Festivals.
Ahead of their appearances at this year’s Reading and Leeds, we asked the duo to tell us who they’re most looking forward to seeing live at the August bank holiday weekender.
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes
Unfortunately, we’ve not had the chance to see these lads live yet but we are big fans of the latest album, so we’re looking forward to their set. We’ve seen a lot of footage of their live performances and it looks like it properly boots off, so it’s gonna be mad witnessing that first hand.
Another wicked artist that we are yet to see live. Been listening to this fella for years and we think he’s one of the best and most refreshing artists out at the moment. Even the energy he brought to his Tiny Desk session was mad, so I can’t imagine how it’s gonna be on the Main Stage.
Everything he does seems to turn to gold at the moment. Not only has he got bangers, he’s also got the sing-alongs as well which is so important and not something many people can do. A proper talented lad who we think will go on to do huge things.
Probably one of, if not the biggest, artists on the planet at the moment. At such a young age she’s managed to completely separate her sound from all the other mainstream artists out there which isn’t an easy thing to do. The live shows look mad and the tunes are wicked, so we’re definitely looking forward to seeing her performance at Reading and Leeds.
Everyone You Know are set to perform on the BBC Radio 1 Dance tent at Leeds Festival on Friday 23 August 2019 and at Reading Festival on Sunday 25 August 2019.
Their new EP Look After Your Pennies is due for release on 16 August 2019.
Tickets for Reading and Leeds are available now through Ticketmaster.co.uk