“This happens to women all the time anyway, and I hate the idea that young girls who follow our band deal with stuff like that.”
“It’s pretty emosh,” added lead singer Lauren Mayberry.
The fest will be held Sept. 26-27 in Washington, D.C.
“I am not going anywhere.”
It might not be an original CHVRCHES song but the Scottish synthpop group has at least gifted their fans with new material.
Chvrches are helping Katniss Everdeen find her way with their new track, “Dead Air.”
It’s the only track on the album where Martin Doherty takes lead vocal duties away from usual singer Lauren Mayberry.
Shinoda did not need nearly that much time to fire back, taking to his namesake website last night to unleash a rant about the whole situation, easily as critical of the media as he is of the Scottish thorns in his side.
If you find it hard to keep up with the latest musician beef, you are not alone. It seems CHVRCHES, the polite and eloquent Scottish electro-pop trio, have fallen behind as well.
Day 2 of this year’s Coachella included dependable rockers, a whole slew of first timers and Pharrell’s career-spanning cameo-filled set. And let’s not forget Bey & Jay turned up on stage too.
While Lorde sounds wise beyond her years on the track off her 2013 debut, Pure Heroine, CHVRCHES singer Lauren Mayberry sounds like someone who’s been there done that.
Goldenvoice has announced its line-up of Los Angeles area shows between Coachella weekends. Dubbed Localchella, artists playing the 38 shows include Foster the People, CHVRCHES, Broken Bells, and Cage the Elephant.
Where the original is a dark-lit stomp of attitude and angular guitar riffs, Chvrches’ version is rife with warm synthesizers and the delicate vocals of singer Lauren Mayberry.
With their cover of Whitney Houston’s “It’s Not Right, But It’s Okay,” CHVRCHES give the diva’s 1999 hit an electro makeover.
Drake’s started from the bottom and now ‘Nothing was the Same’ is here, at our favorite album of the week. Kings of Leon doesn’t not try, and CHVRCHES is off to a great start. These are the New Releases of the week.
This week, June 17-21, sees pop-rock veterans Jimmy Eat World playing in support of their eighth studio album and Scottish up-and-comers Chvrches bringing something new to the States.