Check out Everything Everything’s new single, ‘Teletype’

It's taken from their forthcoming album 'Raw Data Feel', set to arrive on 20th May.

Everything Everything have shared another new track from their upcoming album ‘Raw Data Feel’.

Titled ‘Teletype’, it follows up on last month’s lead single ‘Bad Friday’ in previewing the full length, set to arrive on 20th May.

Explaining the meaning behind ‘Teletype’ and its visuals – which were created by frontman Jonathan Higgs –  Everything Everything say: “This song began in a very experimental way, with Alex and Jon sampling voice and guitar then putting it through a process that randomised each chord in a chaotic and glitchy rhythm. A very direct song, straight from the heart, with a fresh new openness that we felt was a good scene-setting for the record.”

“The video consists of human faces that were completely generated by AI, singing the song. It also includes several grotesque experiments that didn’t work, where the machine thought it was making a person but failed.”

You can check out ‘Teletype’ below.

That’s not all, either. The band are also announcing a limited edition lyric book, ‘CAPS LOCK ON: Lyrics + Debrid 2007-2022’, which will arrive the same day as the album, through Faber Music.

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