See the interview the band called "bizarre in a really good way!"
Playing Electric Picnic mere weeks before the release of Every Open Eye, Scottish trio CHVRCHES strolled through our tent flaps for an onstage interview and immediately declared it to be "absolutely fucking bizarre in a really good way!"
Chatting to Paul Nolan of this parish, Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook and Martin Doherty discussed going back to their old Glaswegian basement to record their second album, Mayberry's appearance on Channel 4 News to react to the misogynistic trolling their 'Leave A Trace' video received, playing with a surprisingly un-debauched Depeche Mode, EDM and more.
Watch it all unfold...
LA producer Goldroom delivers a smooth remix of Chvrches 'Leave a Trace'Read More
Not anytime soon, of course, but at some point in the futureRead More
Glaswegian electropoppers CHVRCHES have delivered big time with their second album. Iain Cook tells Olaf Tyaransen why they wanted to make the same type of record again - only 20% better!Read More
Electro-pop trio come out swinging on second recordRead More
A cover of 'What Do You Mean?' for Live Lounge...Read More
Every Open Eye sounds like a bit of a stunner!Read More
Fresh outta the Hot Press Chatroom!Read More
It's straight in, no kissing on the Friday!Read More
Electric Picnic-bound Chvrches dish the dirt on their new album, offer their thoughts on the You Tube generation and tell us how they feel about being immortalised in comic book formRead More
Chvrches singer Lauren Mayberry calls out misogynist behaviour after release of the band's 'Leave A Trace' videoRead More
Lead singer Lauren Mayberry walks on water for new Chvrches videoRead More
Ahead of their Electric Picnic date.Read More
'Leave A Trace' is the first track to be unveiled from the Scottish outfit's upcoming albumRead More
The tentatively-titled 'Richard Pryor' was heard most recently at the Austin City Limits Festival.Read More
While going totally unplugged wasn’t an option, Chvrches were pretty stripped down when they dropped into NPR for one of their lovely free download sessions.Read More
The trio have released a video for 'Lies'Read More
The Scottish three-piece will now play The Olympia...Read More
Scottish buzz band to make Irish headline debut...Read More
Synth pop trio make mixed debutRead More
Chvrches debut new 'The Mother We Share' music video online.Read More
Having been much buzzed-about online, Chvrches are ready to step into the big leagues with their debut album...Read More
The Scots go synth-crazy on 'Gun'.Read More