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CHVRCHES Perform First New Single Since Their 2021 Release on Jimmy Fallon

Monday night, CHVRCHES made their return to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon for the live performance debut of their latest release “Over.” The new single marks the group’s first release since their 2021 full-length collection, Screen Violence.  The glimmering synth-pop track showcases lead singer Lauren Mayberry’s dynamic and captivating presence while offering the catchiness of their previous releases. Additionally, “Over” is the first single from the three-piece unit that comes from their new label Island Records. Read more: Flycatcher Share Memorable New EP “Stunt” “I’m trying to think of ‘Over’ as a little miniature era, between the Screen Violence


CHVRCHES Has Us “Over” The Moon

Sometimes it feels like it’s been ages since you’ve gotten new music from your favorite bands and you just start to get a little…itchy? (Just me, maybe?) Anyway, it’s only been two years since CHVRCHES dropped an entire studio album but, man, have we missed new music from them. The good news is, we now know we’re getting a brand new single on Friday, February 24th. Last week we got the initial announcement about the single “OVER” with a bit of a teaser. Now CHVRCHES announced the release date and gave us another teaser to drool over. In the post,… Read more »


Lauren Mayberry Frees Herself From “Shame” On Latest Single

Lauren Mayberry is taking her power back. Releasing her new single “Shame” via Island Records, the CHVRCHES vocalist is experimenting with her love of ‘90s pop-rock, musical theatre, and synth-wave across the arrangement. It is a multi-layered piece that explores the relatable feeling of shame, which is an incredibly complex emotion. Mayberry paints a vivid picture that juxtaposes uncertainty with sarcasm, giving the song a twinge of humor that lightens the mood. “I had the idea for a while of a song that had the tagline of ‘what a shame’, but in a sarcastic way,” she says. “And the word… Read more »


Death Cab For Cutie’s “An Arrow In The Wall” Explores Pitfalls Of The 21st Century

Legacy Washington modern rockers Death Cab For Cutie has been nothing short of busy in 2023. Ahead of their co-headlining fall tour with Ben Gibbard’s other project The Postal Service, the band released a brand-new single “An Arrow In The Wall,” which oozes indie sleaze vibes of the late aughts.  With a combination of punchy basslines, sultry and dark vocals, and ethereal synth sounds, the meaning behind the song only makes sense. “‘An Arrow In the Wall’ is about the warning signs all around us in the 21st century that society-at-large is in decay,” Gibbard says. “The arrow lodged in… Read more »


Softcult Announce Southeast Asia Headline Shows

The Canadian goth-pop duo, Softcult, have announced a new string of headline shows that will mark their live debut of Southeast Asia kicking off this May. The group released their newest EP See You In The Dark via Easy Life Records last month and are getting busy showcasing the new tunes on a global scale. This announcement follows the band bringing the songs to stages all across the United Kingdom and Europe starting this Saturday. Check out the new dates below. Read More: CHVRCHES Perform First New Single Since Their 2021 Release on Jimmy Fallon Twins, Mercedes(she/her) and Phoenix Arn-Horn(they/them)… Read more »


Glastonbury Keeps Getting Better

Go ahead and start booking those plane tickets now, because Guns N’ Roses and Arctic Monkeys are joining Elton John at Glastonbury this year. The UK music festival will take place June 21-25th and is stacked with talented artists. The three headliners will be supported by Lizzo, Lana Del Rey, CHVRCHES, Carly Rae Jepsen, Lil Nas X, and The Chicks (just to name a few).  This year the festival is also teaming up with Oxfam, Greenpeace and WaterAid to fight the climate crisis and will have activities set up throughout the weekend. As of now, tickets are sold out. However,… Read more »

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