See CHVRCHES’ Post-Apocalyptic Music Video For “Miracle”

Over the last three months, CHVRCHES have slowly unveiled the new music from their upcoming album, Love Is Dead. While the album is still one month away, we have one more song to enjoy. Following “Get Out,” “My Enemy,” and “Never Say Die,” CHVRCHES shared "Miracle" two weeks ago. Today, the song gets the first proper music video of…

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Hear “Never Say Die” From CHVRCHES’ Upcoming Album, ‘Love Is Dead’

Following “Get Out” and "My Enemy," CHVRCHES just shared their third Love Is Dead single, "Never Say Die." The album is still two months away, but the new song will make that wait a little more enjoyable. "Never Say Die" starts with somber, gently pinging synths. Lauren Mayberry asks, “Wasn’t it gonna be fun and wasn’t it…

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CHVRCHES Announce New Album ‘Love Is Dead’ & Release “My Enemy”

Last month, CHVRCHES shared their energetic new single, "Get Out," our first taste of their upcoming third album. Two days ago, the trio announced that the record, Love Is Dead, will be out on May 25th. Along with the title reveal and confirmed release date, the band also unveiled the album's tracklist. Love Is Dead…

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CHVRCHES Shares New Single, “Get Out”

After a quiet 2017, CHVRCHES is back with a brand new single. "Get Out" is our first taste of the group's upcoming third album, due out this spring. The song builds on a clacking beat and winding synths, frontwoman Lauren Mayberry admitting to never saying or knowing what she wanted. But as the problems become…

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CHVRCHES Recruit Paramore’s Hayley Williams For New Single “Bury It”

Synthpop band CHVRCHES released their second album, Every Open Eye, in September last year. Following singles like "Leave A Trace" and "Clearest Blue," their latest single is an updated version "Bury It." Although the original album recording is all sung by CHVRCHES frontwoman Lauren Mayberry, the reworked single version now features Paramore's Hayley Williams as well. Lauren…

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Top 15 Albums Of 2015

While most entertainment publications rushed to release their year-end lists by the first of December, we decided to wait until all the year's albums had actually been released before making our final ranking. It's good that we did, too, because one of our favorite records was released right around the time kids were getting out of…

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