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Everything Ever


Artist: God Damn
Label: One Little Indian
RRP: £13.99
Release Date: 23 September 2016

God Damn release their second album, Everything Ever, through One Little Indian. The first single release from the album, ‘Sing This’, acts as the opener. It's a bit of a strange single that kicks things off perfectly. On paper it sounds like it shouldn't work, as it's designed to show off the band's jovial and wonderfully macabre aspects. But it does, giving us a taster of both the fun-loving and darker sides that will later unfold throughout the tracks.

NME have previously described the band as louder than “Black Sabbath having a screaming row with Nirvana” and I have to say it's hard to disagree with that. It's a more mainstream release to 2015’s Vultures, but that doesn't detract from an album that is layered with blasts of garage-y psychedelic pop.

The album contains 13 songs (41 min, 08 sec) and it's the perfect addition to any angst-ridden teenager's collection. It contrasts light and dark, happiness and misery, good and bad beautifully. Well worth checking out.


Nick Smithson

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