Everything Everything to stream first ever iPad gig tonight (Dec 15)

Mancunians will be joined by 13-piece orchestra for London show

Everything Everything to stream first ever iPad gig tonight (Dec 15)

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Everything Everything are set to broadcast their gig at London’s Union Chapel tonight (December 15) via an iPad app.

The Manchester band will stream the whole show live in HD to Apple iPad and iPhone users via a free artist-branded app entitled 'Man Alive – Everything Everything: Live at Union Chapel'.

The app is available to download now and the show will also be streamed live from Livemusic.tid.es. An edit of the entire live show will be uploaded tomorrow (16).

Everything Everything singer Jonathan Higgs said of the broadcast: "We wanted to try something unique. The concert sold out and we wanted to do something special for fans who couldn't get tickets. We couldn't hijack a TV channel but now we can play live to people on the bus, or wherever they want to hear it."

The band will be playing alongside a 13-piece orchestra for the show. See Everything-everything.co.uk for more details.

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