New Music Discovery of the Week: CHVRCHES - "How Not To Drown"


This week's ALT 104.5 New Music Discovery of the Week is CHVRCHES "How Not To Drown" brought to you by Family & Co. Jewelers!

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More on CHVRCHES:
Scottish synth-pop band CHVRCHES forth studio album, Screen Violence arrived on August 27th.

"Remotely recording an album from our homes, on two different sides of the Atlantic, was challenging to say the least but ended up being pretty life-affirming. I think we made the most honest and individual record we’ve ever done. And getting to work with Robert on "How Not to Drown" is beyond a dream come true.Playing live has always been such an important part of our band, getting back out there is going to be overwhelming. I can’t wait to be a weeping, mascara-streaked mess on stage."

Their second single, “How Not To Drown” ventures into alternative rock territory, leaning on crashing snares and Smith’s languid vocal delivery. It officially announces their next LP, titled Screen Violence, which vocalist Lauren Mayberry notes was a form of escapism for her.

“I think for me it was helpful to go into the process with the idea that I could write something escapist almost,” Mayberry said of Screen Violence. “That felt freeing initially, to have concepts and stories to weave your own feelings and experiences through but in the end, all the lyrics were definitely still personal.” (UPROXX)

"Remotely recording an album from our homes, on two different sides of the Atlantic, was challenging to say the least but ended up being pretty life-affirming. I think we made the most honest and individual record we’ve ever done. And getting to work with Robert on "How Not to Drown" is beyond a dream come true.Playing live has always been such an important part of our band, getting back out there is going to be overwhelming. I can’t wait to be a weeping, mascara-streaked mess on stage."


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