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Get To Heaven

Everything Everything

Get To Heaven

Third studio album from the Manchester-based indie pop and art rock band produced by Stuart Price (Scissor Sisters, Kylie Minogue, Hard-Fi)

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  1. 10.0 |   The List

    Delivered with an arched eyebrow, no question, but it’s a masterful extended piece of pop invention
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  2. 10.0 |   DIY

    Everything Everything have sculpted a masterpiece. ‘Get to Heaven’ may well have slipped from the clouds
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  3. 10.0 |   Q

    This is proof that out of the shit of the modern world, great things can come. Print edition only

  4. 10.0 |   State

    Everything Everything have thrown themselves into the maelstrom with Get to Heaven, releasing a resolute soundtrack to our sorrowful, hellish times. It’s an astonishing achievement
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  5. 10.0 |   Digital Spy

    It might only be June, but something spectacular needs to happen between now and the end of 2015 to displace Get To Heaven as the album of the year
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  6. 9.0 |   Clash

    Right now they are Britain's best pop band
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  7. 8.5 |   The Line Of Best Fit

    This is pop music with complex narratives, and if the masses are willing to listen, they could be the band that recharges the UK charts with genuinely meaningful music
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  8. 8.5 |   The 405

    It's the insular nature of these songs that makes the album better than their previous efforts
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  9. 8.0 |   music OMH

    Musical proof that clever calculations and emotion can mix
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  10. 8.0 |   Evening Standard

    They’re overflowing with ideas, but they never lose focus
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  11. 8.0 |   The FT

    The Manchester band says we can change and their songs mutate from pomp-rock to fiddly indie-disco to Afro-pop
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  12. 8.0 |   The Observer

    As with their previous work, it transcends easy genre-pigeonholing, but imagine a Radiohead you can dance to and you’re getting close
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  13. 8.0 |   Drowned In Sound

    They now harness their energy and admirable imagination to serve a song as precision-engineered pop chops have displaced the wilfully outre
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  14. 8.0 |   The Irish Times

    They remain a divisive band, but the twists and turns of this album makes it indisputably engrossing
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  15. 8.0 |   The Skinny

    It’s a proven formula, but throw in cheeky wordplay and EE are a welcome counterpoint to today’s starchily sincere indie brood
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  16. 8.0 |   The Digital Fix

    These four lads create something that’s unlike anything else in the mainstream today
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  17. 8.0 |   Under The Radar

    Get to Heaven is another big step toward the leading spotlight the burgeoning art-pop genre needs
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  18. 8.0 |   Beardfood

    Their talent is impressive, but showmanship never gets in the way of sheer joy
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  19. 7.2 |   Pitchfork

    Get to Heaven pivots on the violent last resorts of the disenfranchised, and the false prophets who claim to save them
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  20. 7.0 |   NME

    For all its technicality and viscerality, the album never packs the same emotional punch as 2013’s ‘Arc’ and some songs - like the glitchy, overlong ‘Warm Healer’ - never quite seem to find their own centre of gravity
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  21. 7.0 |   Uncut

    Exhausting third from hard-working art-rockers. Print edition only

  22. 6.0 |   God Is In The TV

    As a whole it’s brave and entertaining but conceptually incomplete
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  23. 6.0 |   The Music

    It’s filled with soaring vocals, blistering guitar lines and scintillating synths built for the masses of people that fill stadiums
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  24. 6.0 |   Mojo

    It articulates troubling state-of-the-nation observations with Quixotic musical ambitions. Print edition only

  25. 6.0 |   The Independent

    Throughout Get to Heaven, Jonathan Higgs’s voice veers between energetically chivvying and ingratiating, like he’s trying to force something down your gullet against fierce resistance
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  26. 6.0 |   The Guardian

    From deeply beautiful to spectacularly irritating, Everything Everything’s third album captures the sensory overload of modern life all too well
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