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Everyeveryeverything by Hot Club De Paris

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Reviewed on 10th October 2006.



By Hot Club De Paris

Yet another mouthful of a title, Hot Club De Paris prove they have the goods to back up this pedantism with another distinctive and adventurous slice of jerky, Scouse indie-pop. Everyeveryeverything attempts to try literally everything in the short three or so minutes that it unleashes itself. Constant tempo changes and cascading drum beats in every direction create a song that's impossible to predict, but impossible to get out of your head at the same time; an impressive attribute for such a seemingly random and haphazard tune. Everyeveryeverything is at once odd, unique, charming and irresistible, justifying the buzz surrounding Liverpool's latest hopefuls.

Hot Club De Paris reveal influences of punk, indie, pop and folk in their music, but have successfully forged a sound distinctly their own. It is to their merit that they are not easily pigeon-holed into sounding like anyone, which will set them apart from their competitors. The single also features b-side I Quit My Job which maintains their trademark irresistibly erratic sound and marks them as a force to be reckoned with. Scouse pop at its crazy best, Hot Club De Paris are definitely ones to watch.



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