Everyone You Know have built their own universe.
A pair of brothers - Rhys and Harvey - that have constructed a unique sound, they pilfer from rave, punk, and hip-hop, utilising looping guitar riffs and bombastic beats.
Wry, observational storytelling, their sensitive lyricism is offset by a rough hewn charm, matched to the ultra-vivid music.
Set to play Reading and Leeds this summer, Everyone You Know will drop their second EP 'Look After Your Pennies' mere days before.
Out on August 16th, it's led by furiously catchy new single 'She Don't Dance', this kinda punk-edged electronic tale.
The lyrics, though, deal with something intimately personal - it's about a young mother, the impact of an abusive relationship, and what it takes to find empowerment and happiness.
We're able to premiere the video, and it pinpoints the emotional core of the song. The brotherly duo tell Clash...
For the video of 'She Don’t Dance' we wanted it to go a lot deeper than the title of the track. The word “dance” could represent anything but in our case we chose “dance” to be a metaphor for a young mother in an abusive relationship and the struggles young parents go through.
We felt it was important that the video raised awareness around this as we feel it is a very sensitive subject that doesn’t get spoken about too often and should be seen as a bigger problem than what it is.
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