Chvrches mini-concert for Kimmel has been uploaded to YouTube. The band performs “Miracle,” “Get Out,” “Graves,” and “Never Say Die.”
Chvrches have released their new song, “Out of My Head,” featuring Wednesday Campanella.
Chvrches covered Kendrick Lamar’s “Love” for Triple J’s Like a Version series.
Chvrches have covered Rihanna’s “Stay” for Spotify.
For Chvrches’ third album, Love is Dead, they turned to veteran producer Greg Kurstin (Tegan & Sara, Foo Fighters) to help them craft their most memorable effort to date. Since forming in 2011, the synth-pop group has taken over the indie music scene with multiple prominent festival appearances and two well-received albums. Their fanbase was incredibly eager to hear what Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook, and Martin Doherty had cooked up for the next chapter in their story.
On Love is Dead, Chvrches have accomplished the rare feat of staying true to their original sound, while still adding even more nuance and creativity into this final product. In an era where artists get blamed for either not changing enough from album to album, or for changing too much, Chvrches have found the perfect balance of experimenting with new sounds and song structures, while still staying honest to who they are as a band.
Chvrches performed “Miracle” on Fallon last night.
Chvrches have released a video for “Miracle.”
Chvrches have announced some new tour dates.
Chvrches have shared their new song “Miracle.”
Chvrches have shared their new song “Never Say Die.”
Chvrches covered The 1975’s “Somebody Else” for BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge. You can check out a clip here, or listen to the entire performance here (skip ahead to the 2:10:00 mark), or listen to the just the audio on YouTube.
Lauren Mayberry of Chvrches sat down with Kyle Meredith to talk about her political activism and thoughts on gun control.
Chvrches have released their new song, “My Enemy,” featuring The National’s Matt Berninger. The song comes from the band’s upcoming album, Love is Dead, which is now up for pre-order and due out on May 25th.
Chvrches have released their new single “Get Out.” It was produced by Greg Kurstin.
Chvrches has begun teasing a new song called “Get Out.”
Lauren Mayberry from Chvrches has posted a video on Twitter responding to the mass shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas over the weekend.
Chvrches have shared their cover of Tegan and Sara’s “Call it Off.” The song comes from the upcoming cover album of The Con.
Chvrches will appear in an upcoming Archie comic book:
This October, Archie Andrews is hitting the road with his best friends in The Archies, a new ongoing comic book series from Archie Comics. The series will pick up right where The Archies One Shot, by writers Alex Segura and Matt Rosenberg, with art by Joe Eisma, left off: with Archie and his bandmates Betty, Veronica, Jughead, and Reggie pursuing their rock and roll dreams as The Archies.
Chvrches have shared a new video for a live version of “Down Side of Me.” It comes from the the upcoming “7-inches for Planned Parenthood” project.