Everything Everything have revealed that this summer they will be locked in the studio recording their 'frenetic' new album.
Watch Everything Everything's Jeremy Pritchard discuss new material above
Speaking at the prestigious Ivor Novello awards yesterday, bassist Jeremy Pritchard spoke to Gigwise about the follow up to 2013's Arc. The band who were nominated for Best Contemporary song for 'Kemosabe', but lost out to James Blake who won with 'Retrograde'.
When asked if the band had any festival plans for summer, he responded: "No we did a fair few last summer, we're not doing anything this summer we're just writing another album and recording it.
"We wanted to make a kind of quicker, harder, more frenetic record than the last one, because although we felt we wanted to make a much more considered mature album after our kind of ADD first record, we thought okay we're all kind of sick of that and we wanted to do something with a little more kind of maturity. So we made that record and we're kind of sick of that as well I suppose."
He continued: "We're in danger of doing both albums a disservice by having a kind of allergic reaction to them that then spurs you on to do something new. But then we are, we always want to do something different than what's been done before and we want it to be more quixotic again I guess."
The winners at the 2014 Ivor Novello Awards were:
PRS for Music Most Performed Work
Let Her Go - Passenger
The Ivors Classical Music Award
Best Television Soundtrack
Ripper Street - Dominik Scherrer
Best Contemporary Song
Retrograde - James Blake
Mumford & Sons
Best Original Film Score
The Epic Of Everest
The Ivors Inspiration Award
Push The Sky Away - Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
PRS for Music Outstanding Contribution To British Music
Best Song Musically And Lyrically
Strong - London Grammar
Songwriter Of The Year
Outstanding Song Collection
The Chemical Brothers
PRS for Music Special International Award
Below: Photos of Everything Everything playing Shoreditch town hall