Everybody

Album: Technology (2016)
  • This was released as the first taste of music from Don Broco's third album. Frontman Rob Damiani explained to Kerrang!: "It's an indication of where things are potentially going for us. When we write albums, we normally do it on a song-by-song basis but if people want a taste of what the new Don Broco is going to be like, this song is a pretty good starting point."
  • Damiani explained the track's lyrical content is about when things go wrong. He said: "It's a song about when things aren't quite going to plan and it gets pretty f--ked up."
  • Don Branco filmed the video in the Georgia town of Athens, the home city of R.E.M., Neutral Milk Hotel and The B-52s.

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