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Fast Five: Everywhere



How did you meet and what’s the story behind your band name?

We all met through our frontman posting an ad online.

The story behind the band name is from a famous quote by feminist deluxe Helen Gurley Brown, an outspoken female rights campaigner and former Cosmo editor during the 60’s. The phrase said “Good girls go to heaven, bad girls go everywhere” and since all the girls our frontman ever dated have been bad, we realized we where “Everywhere”.

How would you describe your music?

A sensual clash between hard-hitting drums, classic stomper pianos and guitar riffs. We always get very flattered when journalists compare our sound to band such as The Cure and Simple minds, we just refuse to believe they are right.

What have you been up to so far and what can we expect over the coming months?

We are currently promoting our new single Soldier and EP “American Grandeur” and been receiving some great love from BBC Radio 2, Clash, Music Week, Kiss 100 and more but mostly kissing asses and buying drinks for record execs haha

We have a show over at Notting Hill Arts Club on the 14th of November and our EP American Grandeur is due to be released on the 11th of November.

If you could duet with anybody who would it be and why?

Our frontman has a crush on Taylor Swift, he says he is dreaming about her every night and if we know him right, the experience of getting into a tight microphone booth with her would make him very persuasive when it comes convincing the rest of us.

What’s your desert island disc and why would you take this one album?

Hard choice, but got to go with Hall & Oates “Big Bam Boom” record. Beside the hopelessly outdated track “Method of Modern love” the rest of the record is a collection of iconic gems.