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.”
CHVRCHES’ highly regarded debut LP, The Bones of What We Believe, is more than a year old, but that doesn’t mean the Glasgow-based trio is done promoting it.
Watch the Austin City Limits Music Festival livestream this Friday-Sunday, hosted by Stryker. See performances from all of the festival’s top artists including Foster The People, CHVRCHES, Capital Cities, Lorde and many more!
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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.
KROQ Presents CHVRCHES at the Hollywood Palladium on Friday, September 19th.
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