Everything Everything’s Jeremy Pritchard: “I really enjoy the limitations of the bass. It’s forced me to be creative with the basic building blocks of music”

Marco B Divaio

Art-rock is alive and well in the hands of Everything Everything, whose five albums to date have nabbed them a shelfload of awards. Holding down the low-end is Jeremy Pritchard, who also toured with indie giants Foals in 2019. In both cases, he is required to play major stages, and […]

Art-rock is alive and well in the hands of Everything Everything, whose five albums to date have nabbed them a shelfload of awards. Holding down the low-end is Jeremy Pritchard, who also toured with indie giants Foals in 2019.

In both cases, he is required to play major stages, and delivers the low frequencies via some suitably hefty gear, he explains.

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