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Get to Heaven

Get to Heaven is the third studio album by British band Everything Everything. Recorded primarily in Angelic Studios in Northampton during the latter half of 2014 with producer Stuart Price, it was released on 22 June 2015 on RCA Records. A deluxe edition of the album, featuring an additional six tracks, was released simultaneously. The album peaked at number seven on the United Kingdom Albums Chart, and at number 29 on the Australian albums chart. The tracks "Distant Past", "Regret", "Spring / Sun / Winter / Dread" and "No Reptiles" were released as singles throughout 2015. The album's lyrical themes are dark, focusing on global tensions and political happenings during 2014. The rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, media coverage of the 2015 general election in the United Kingdom and various mass shootings influenced the album's lyrics, while the band's musical sound was composed to provide contradiction to the violent subject matter. As with previous Everything Everything work, most of the songs are presented as in-character narrations. Get to Heaven was well received by critics, with most reviewers noting the effectiveness of the album's message; others commented on the bold, aggressive nature of the album, with some labelling the tone "overwhelming".