Everything Shook is a three-piece electronic band from Ireland, consisting of Robyn Bromfield, Jessica Kennedy and Áine Stapleton. Named one of the Irish Times’ ‘Best Irish Acts 2014’ and Golden Plec’s ‘Women Who Rocked 2015’, the trio have played major music festivals, music venues, theatres and art spaces across Europe and the US. They play with vintage synthesisers, bass guitar and Korg DS to create a unique, theatrical sound. Everything Shook’s live show is injected with theatrical elements and synchronised choreographies to form a unique aesthetic. The band released the album ‘Drinking About You’ in 2016, which wowed listeners with its dark electronic pop and layered vocals that revolve around themes of late nights, alcohol and disappointment. Their EP ‘Argento Nights’ is available on 7″ vinyl.
Recent releases include ‘Three Crows’ in Oct 2022 and a stirring cover of the transcendent dark wave song ‘Goodbye Horses’. Originally performed by Q Lazarrus, the original track became iconic the 1991 horror film Silence of the Lambs. This single follows Everything Shook’s two recent critically acclaimed self-released tracks – Stand Ajar and Horror Show – and marks the precursor to the release of their highly anticipated second album in 2023. Everything Shook also recently recorded backing vocals for the Brighton-based band Fujiya & Miyagi. Show highlights include Body and Soul Festival Main Stage at Electric Picnic, Open Ear Festival Sherkin Island, Trash Bar and Cake Shop New York City and The Social London. Everything Shook will tour the Balkans – including Serbia, Albania, and Kosovo – in December 2022, with support from Culture Ireland. They will also play a Dublin show next year at the National Concert Hall as part of an electronic series.