Teen Ravine Tap Into Our Addiction For Busyness In “Everyone”

“Everyone, everywhere, doing everything all the time”

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Nestled on a softcore pop sphere, Teen Ravine’s “Everyone” is a smoky and chilled-out piece that breaks the addictive cycle of busyness we immerse ourselves in as a form of getaway. “Everyone, everywhere, doing everything all the time / Guess I won’t do anything anymore” chants Teen Ravine. In a world where we’re constantly trying to stimulate our reward center with breakneck consumption of technology, information, and materials, “Everyone” is a melancholic reflection that invites us to withdraw from our incessant quest to stay busy seeking distractions. Check out the video directed by John Smith: