Everything Everything unveil surrealist artwork for new album ‘Get To Heaven’

The band release their third album on June 15

Everything Everything have shared the artwork for their upcoming new album.

The British band will release their third album ‘Get To Heaven’ on June 15, following on from 2010’s ‘Man Alive’ and 2013’s ‘Arc’.

See the front sleeve above, illustrated by New Zealand surrealist artist Andrew Archer. The artist has previously worked with the likes of Apple, Nintendo and Penguin Publishers on design work.


The band recently unveiled the video for their album track ‘Regret’. The video was directed by frontman Jonathan Higgs.

Commenting on the video in a press release, Higgs stated: “The video for ‘Regret’ is a display of power; a charlatan and his followers descend into madness and chaos. I wanted to show people in the throes of ecstasy and pain, finding something strong in their faith, and becoming more and more extreme in their emotions and behaviour. It’s supposed to be a look into the minds of extremists and what it feels like to really believe something, regardless of how deep or dark it goes.”

The band recently confirmed a series of live dates for later this year. They will kick things off in Cardiff on November 7, before heading to Bexhill, Portsmouth, Nottingham, Glasgow, Newcastle, Birmingham, Sheffield, Cambridge, Bristol, London and their home city of Manchester. See the dates in full below.

Everything Everything’s UK dates are as follows:

Cardiff Great Hall (November 7)
Bexhill De la Warr Pavillion (8)
Portsmouth Pyramid (9)
Nottingham Rock City (11)
Glasgow ABC (12)
Newcastle Academy (13)
Birmingham Academy (14)
Sheffield Leadmill (16)
Cambridge Junction (17)
Bristol 02 Academy (18)
London Brixton Academy (20)
Manchester Apollo (21)

To check the availability of Everything Everything tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.