Electronic rock group Everything Under expose the truth of reality through upcoming album ‘Where Have the Kids Gone at Night’

Electronic rock group Everything Under (EU) present their cool perspective on life through the poetic lyrics and charming moods of melody in their new single ‘Team’, taken from their upcoming album ‘Where Have the Kids Gone at Night’.

Watch the music video for ‘Team’ here:


In 1998 EU’s front man Mark J. Heidecke sadly lost his sister in a car accident. After years of pondering her loss, Heidecke decided to attend Ex’pression College for Digital Arts where he learnt sound design, music theory and the practice of performance. Using his sound engineering techniques, Heidecke developed his own unique sound but his father’s diagnosis with Parkinson’s disease meant he had to move back to Illinois. However after relocating Mark found Grammy Award winning producer/sound engineer Jeff Lane and drummer Kevin T. Jones, who soon became part of Everything Under.

Alongside Mark’s sound engineering techniques, he also taught himself how to play guitar and keyboard, with which he authored 34 new EU tracks that were mastered by world renowned Bernie Grundman.

Aiming to make the electronic rock genre more accessible to all, EU have developed their industrial sound, blending 80s pop synth and 90s alternative grunge guitar. Through the medium of music, the rock group expose the truth of reality whilst implementing feeling through vibration.

‘Where Have the Kids Gone at Night’ is due for release April 13th 2017






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