Their fourth album, A Fever Dream, is a quite different prospect: a calibration of chaos and control, the result of a curious desire for consistency, littered with touches of electronic music that guitarist Alex Robertshaw had loved as a teenager — early Warp Records releases, Aphex Twin, Autechre, Boards of Canada, amalgamated with American heavy bands of the early-mid 90s. The album is a particularly striking reflection of the times. It tackles the surrealism present in the world, encapsulating and then transposing it effortlessly; a portrait of an increasingly faceless and impersonal world - a feverish dream. Heart-wrenching moments next to complete rage give this politically charged album notable hypnotic capabilities. Everything Everything’s reaction to the this renders them a group that are unwilling to become immobilised by the temperature of the times.