Everything Everything to discuss new album Raw Data Feel as next guests on The Record Club this Wednesday

Raw Data Feel became the Manchester alt-rock band's highest-ever charting album on the UK charts last week.

Everything Everything have been announced as the next guests on this week's instalment of The Record Club.

The five-piece alt-rock band, who hail from Manchester, will be discussing their sixth record, Raw Data Feel, which became their fifth (and highest charting!) UK Top 10 album last week when it debuted at Number 4 on the Official Albums Chart.

It followed previous Top 10 placements for 2020's Re-Animator (5), 2017's A Fever Dream (5), 2015's Get To Heaven (7) and 2013's Arc (5).

Make sure to tune into The Record Club at 6.30pm this Wednesday (June 1), where Everything Everything's chat with Jess Iszatt will be broadcast live across Facebook, Twitter, Twitch and Youtube. Set a reminder for yourself to tune in here.

MORE: Everything Everything's Official Charts history in full

Fans are encouraged to tune in live, and prepare questions for Blondie as we'll be putting a selection of them to the pair during the stream - and if yours is asked during the chat you could be in with a chance to win a pair of Bowers & Wilkins headphones!

Designed as a book club for albums, The Record Club in association with Bowers & Wilkins is a bi-monthly livestream, hosted by BBC Music’s Jess Iszatt, on Facebook Live, Twitch, Twitter and YouTube Live every other Wednesday.

Fans are encouraged to order the selected album from their favourite local record shop either in-store or on home delivery, listen to it in full, then tune into the broadcast armed with their questions for the artist and a chance to win a prize.

Watch back previous episodes of The Record Club in association with Bowers & Wilkins here

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Great album. Bad Friday and Cut UP! are amazing tracks.

Deserved Radio 1 airplay, but instead, made way for the boring lofi like Easy Life or PinkPantheress, dreary pop like Holly Humberstone and unenergetic house music or disco borefest.