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CHVRCHES Release New Single ‘Clearest Blue’

Published: Fri 11 Sep 2015 02:21 PM
CHVRCHES Release New Single ‘Clearest Blue’
Album Every Open Eye out 25 September
CHVRCHES today premiere a new song ‘Clearest Blue’, the latest track to be lifted from the band’s forthcoming second album Every Open Eye, due for release on 25 September via Liberator Music/ Goodbye Records. The song’s lyrics provide the album with its title and, in the words of singer Lauren Mayberry, “encapsulate the feeling of trying to be hopeful but conflicted at the same time - of wanting to let yourself go but being afraid of the drop”. ‘Clearest Blue’ follows lead single ‘Leave A Trace’ and album opener ‘Never Ending Circles’, and all songs are available for download as instant-grats for those pre-ordering the album via http://po.st/EOEiT.
Listen to ‘Clearest Blue’: https://youtu.be/4TlZca6gLqQ
Watch ‘Leave A Trace’: https://youtu.be/4Eo84jDIMKI
Listen To ‘Never Ending Circles’: https://youtu.be/AU9_0pxiDjY
Every Open Eye is the follow up to CHVRCHES’ breakthrough debut album The Bones of What You Believe, released in spring 2013 to widespread acclaim and selling over 500,000 copies. The Brit Award nominated band clocked in 364 shows in 2 years promoting their debut, selling out venues across the world and making signature appearances at SXSW (where they were awarded the inaugural prize for best new act in 2013), Glastonbury, Coachella, Lollapalooza, Reading & Leeds, and myriad others.
CHVRCHES play a one-off intimate album launch show at London’s Tufnell Park Dome on23 September. They tour the UK, Europe and the US, concluding with their biggest headline show yet at London’s 10,000 capacity Alexandra Palace where they will be supported by very special guest Four Tet. Support on the shows comes from up & coming Australian act Mansionair.
ENDS

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