Chvrches are an electronic synth-pop band from Glasgow.
Formed late in 2011, the band consists of vocalist Lauren Mayberry and multi-instrumentalists Iain Cook and Martin Doherty.
They released their debut album, ‘The Bones of What You Believe’, in 2013, and have released three more to date, most recently 2021's 'Screen Violence'.
The band tour globally and have played some of the world's most iconic festivals, including Bonnaroo, Coachella, Dia de los Deftones, Glastonbury, Lollapalooza, Longitude, SXSW and Sziget Festival.
Chvrches will play four UK shows in June 2023, including a rescheduled show in Dundee. Catch them live by checking tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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Fab gig. This was the first time I have seen Chvrches live, and I cant wait to see them again! It was a little on the short side as they are a bit limited with material but it exceeded all of my expectations and I loved it. Even my boyfriend, who I dragged along was impressed and he had never heard of them before. They sound better than they do on record and I cant wait for a few more live shows to be announced.
London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on October 17 2013
After being impressed check out their impressive album, I was really looking forward to this gig. What a great show., brilliant visuals too. They're amazing live and her voice is stunning! Only downside was that I'd have liked them to stay on a bit longer. Definitely one of those bands who sound just as fantastic live, if not better, than they do on record. Look forward to more dates in 2014!
Chvrches’ ‘The Bones of What You Believe’ was a smash that saw the band lay down a marker. And while subsequent releases have produced mixed results—highs on par with their debut alongside ideas that weren’t fully realised—they have generally lived up to their early promise.