Everything, Everything: The band with App-titude

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As well as having a rather technologically new-fangled video for their forthcoming single, "Photoshop Handsome" (out 17 January), Manchester foursome Everything, Everything have also launched their own iPod/iPad app. Flash or what?!

The app has been launched to commemorate the concert they're doing tonight at London's Union Chapel — app-owners will be able to stream the concert live, as well as watch interviews with the bands and vox pops with the crowd. It's almost like being there, except without having to sit behind the usual snogging couple/man mountain/chatterbox. The app can be downloaded from App Store, catchily titled: Man Alive — Everything, Everything: Live at Union Chapel, but those without an iMachine of any kind can enjoy most of the features at the band's dedicated mini-site.

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