Chvrches – new single /tour /Hunger Games soundtrack et al

Chvrches – new single /tour /Hunger Games soundtrack et al

CHVRCHES – Get Away // 8 Dec

Radio 1 Rescores: Drive // 30 Oct

Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 OST

UK Tour // Oct-Nov 2014

‘Under The Tide’ video
CHVRCHES today announce the release of their new single ‘Get Away’ on 8 December via Virgin Records / Goodbye Records. ‘Get Away’ is the band’s first new song since 2013’s critically acclaimed gold-selling debut album ‘The Bones Of What You Believe’. It was written for Radio 1 Rescores: Drive – DJ Zane Lowe’s reimagining of Nicholas Winding Refn’s soundtrack for the cult movie Drive, starring Ryan Gosling. The re-scored film will be shown on BBC Three tonight, 30 October. SBTRKT, Banks and the 1975 also feature.

Listen to ‘Get Away’

Another new song, ‘Dead Air’, features on the Lorde-curated OST for Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, which will be released on 17 November.

CHVRCHES tonight begin the final UK tour in support of ‘The Bones Of What You Believe’, with their biggest headline show to date at London’s O2 Brixton Academy.

30 October          02 Brixton Academy, London – SOLD OUT
1 November        Camp and Furnace, Liverpool – SOLD OUT
3 November        Barrowland, Glasgow – SOLD OUT
4 November        Barrowland, Glasgow – SOLD OUT
5 November        Corn Exchange, Edinburgh
6 November        Academy, Manchester – SOLD OUT

Tickets for the shows are on sale now, see for the full list of international dates.

The band have also just released a new video for ‘Under The Tide’

‘The Bones Of What You Believe’ is out now. The self-produced record debuted in the top ten of the UK Official Album Chart and #12 in the US Billboard 200 last autumn, and was a permanent fixture in the year-end lists; it has now sold over half a million copies worldwide.


Proudly individualistic, heart-warmingly intelligent and beautifully intonated” – 4*, Q magazine
Icy synth pop and future balladry” – 4*, The Times
Every track is a potential single” – 9/10, Clash
Twelve equally matched moments of varied tone but consistent brilliance” – 9/10, DIY
Towering, impassioned, and life-affirming” – 8.5, Pitchfork
Not a weak song among them” – 8/10, NME
A rare and beautiful thing: astute, seductive and sly” – 4*, MOJO // // //

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