Following on from a whirlwind 2019 which includes their first major festival appearance on the R1 Dance Stage at Reading + Leeds festival, an explosive 15-date debut UK headline tour, over 17 million worldwide streams, announced as UK brand ambassadors for Reebok and all complimented by the release of their powerful and passionate 2nd EP ‘LOOK AFTER YOUR PENNIES’: EVEYONE YOU KNOW (EYK) make a powerful play for 2020 with their new single ‘SEEN IT ALL’. accompanied by a thoughtful new visual, which encapsulates the EYK narrative.
Storming into 2020 with their headline UK and debut NORTH AMERICAN tour, an quickly sold out headline slot for Annie Mac’s AMP London @ The Old Blue Last, support slots at Brixton Academy for both DMA’s and THE MANOR; EYK continue to confirm their status as the storytellers of suburbia; exploring themes of frustration, friendship, family, challenges, coupled with happiness, hope, determination and dreams and lots more.
Speaking on the new single, EYK quote;
“’Seen It All’ is a track about the people closest to you seeing you at your most vulnerable and you seeing them at theirs. It’s about the people that have seen you consistently make mistakes and make bad decisions but are still there for you regardless, even if you don’t learn from them. Whether that be your family or your closest friends, they are the ones that have seen you at your lowest and helped you through it but expect nothing back.”
Their frenetic fusion of punk, rave, hip-hop and pop, matched with sensitive subject matter and urgent lyricism has earnt nods from JACK SAUNDERS (Radio 1 Maida Vale Session), STEVE LAMACQ (6Music Session), BBC INTRODUCING (Tobacco Docks/The Great Escape headline performances), NME, SUNDAY TIMES CULTURE, CLASH, LINE OF BEST FIT, MTV, WONDERLAND, NOTION, COMPLEX and many more.
Stay locked into the heady world of EYK as they bring their powerful live show to venues up and down the UK, as well as a summer festival plot which includes AMP presents Lost & Found, Malta and headline slots at NXTGN Festival, Middlesbrough and The Beat-Herder Festival.