Chvrches (pronounced "churches"; stylised as CHVRCHΞS) are a Scottish synth-pop band from Glasgow, formed in September 2011.[4] The band consists of Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook and Martin Doherty.[5][6] Mostly deriving from the synthpop genre, Chvrches also incorporates indietronica, indie pop, and electronic dance into their sound.

Two years after their formation, Chvrches released Recover EP in March 2013, which included hits "The Mother We Share" and "Recover". Their debut studio album, The Bones of What You Believe, was released on 20 September 2013, while the band was ranked fifth on the Sound of 2013 list by the BBC.[7] Two years later, on 25 September 2015, the group released their second album, Every Open Eye. Their third album, Love Is Dead, will be released in 2018.[8]



Love Is Dead
Love Is Dead is the upcoming third studio album by Scottish synthpop band Chvrches, scheduled to be released on 25 May 2018 through Glassnote Records.The album was co-produced by Greg Kurstin, making this the band's first album not independently produced.
Miracle is a song by musical group CHVRCHES, released on April 11, 2018.
Never Say Die
"Never Say Die" is a song recorded by Scottish synthpop band Chvrches.
My Enemy
"My Enemy" is a song recorded by Scottish synth-pop band Chvrches, featuring guest vocals from Matt Berninger of The National.

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Chvrches – “Miracle”
  –  April 11, 2018
Chvrches’ new album Love Is Dead ... the Matt Berninger-featuring “My Enemy,” and “Never Say Die” bore that out, showing the Scottish synthpop trio moving further and further into the direction of full-on pop. The band worked with mainstream ...
Chvrches interview: Moving to the US gave us new creative energy
  –  April 6, 2018
As Scottish musicians led by a frontwoman who takes no prisoners, you might have assumed Chvrches are as thick as thieves with ... 35, construct the synthpop backdrop, doesn’t need reminding that this is a tougher ride for women. In September 2013 ...
Chvrches – “Never Say Die”
  –  March 29, 2018
Scottish synthpop champions Chvrches are about to return to us, and we’ve finally reached the point where they’re more pop than synth. Later this spring, the trio will release Love Is Dead, their third album. And while everything we’ve heard so far ...
Chvrches – “Miracle”
  –  April 11, 2018
Chvrches’ new album Love Is Dead ... Mac is another veteran of the pop music machine who’s worked with people like Demi Lovato, One Direction, and Ed Sheeran. (He has songwriting and production credits on “Shape Of You.”) So yes, “Miracle ...
Chvrches share new track ‘Miracle’
  –  April 10, 2018
Listen to ‘Miracle’ here, along with Chvrches discussing their new album ‘Love Is Dead’. The track itself begins around the 1 minute mark. “We did that session because we know Steve is actually a legend in British music, songwriting and ...
Chvrches fund Girls Rock summer school for future stars
  –  April 10, 2018
Scottish band Chvrches have announced support for a local project that helps young girls get involved in the music business. Girls Rock Glasgow had recently lost its much needed funding leading to fears that their rock'n'roll summer school would not go ahead.
Chvrches save female rock school with donation
  –  April 10, 2018
Chvrches have stopped a rock music school for females from going bust. The Scottish synth-pop band - comprised of Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook, and Martin Doherty - stepped in to help sponsor Girls Rock Glasgow, after it failed to get funding from government ...
Chvrches save female rock school after loss of funding
  –  April 9, 2018
Chvrches have donated money to a project which encourages girls to get into the music industry after it lost its funding. Girls Rock Glasgow failed to secure sponsorship from Creative Scotland - which led to concerns its summer school wouldn't go ahead ...
Chvrches announced as patrons of Girls Rock Glasgow summer school
  –  April 8, 2018
Chvrches frontwoman Lauren Mayberry, who has long been an advocate for women in music, said her own experience inspired their decision. Taking to social media, the band said they were 'excited' to be supporting the project which teaches 'young women they ...
Chvrches – “Never Say Die”
  –  March 29, 2018
The music that Chvrches have made with Kurstin isn’t a vast departure from what they were making before, but the vocals are mixed a little higher, and the hooks are a little more obvious. The tweaks are subtle, but their effect isn’t. “Never Say Die ...


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