If you haven’t already heard, our favorite trio CHVRCHES has been nominated as the Best British Band for the 2015 NME Awards which takes place on February 18th at the O2 Academy Brixton in London, England. Online voting closes this Friday so let’s get in as many last minute votes as possible for our beloved CHVRCHES. Click here to vote now!
CHVRCHES lead singer Lauren Mayberry will be on the streets of Glasgow on February 4th selling The Big Issue magazine as a guest vendor in support of INSP during Vendor Week Big Sell 2015.
INSP (International Network of Street Papers) help the homeless and unemployed through the sale of independent newspapers and magazines in 35 countries in 24 languages. Vendors purchase these papers for half the cover price to sell on the streets to help support themselves and their families. For the second year in a row guest vendors will be selling The Big Issue magazine to raise awareness and funds for INSP during the vendor week celebrations.
For those that can help out with this great cause, you can sponsor Lauren and donate through Virgin Money Giving which is then passed onto INSP. Click here to learn more and donate now.
Yesterday CHVRCHES posted a new heartwarming video of tour clips put together by tour photographer Rachael Wright set to their song “Get Away”. Click that play button above and reminisce about some good times. Until we see them again in a city near you, tell us about your favorite CHVRCHES concert or memory.
In case you missed it, CHVRCHES announced on Friday that they have begun work on their sophomore album. The short message, “album two, day one in the studio” came via their social media pages with the accompanying picture above. CHVRCHES’ fans worldwide rejoiced in this exciting news.
CHVRCHES debut album The Bones of What You Believe and their exhaustive tour over the past two years captured the hearts of hundreds of thousands of adoring fans who eagerly await for what comes next from Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook and Martin Doherty. Cook was recently quoted; “We're not going to put out anything we aren't happy with. That could take four months, it could take two years.” With their widely successful debut album still creating a buzz we’re going to guess that we will hear from them sooner rather than later but however long it takes to create another masterpiece we all know it will be well worth the wait.
As recording progresses we will keep you updated with any further news about CHVRCHES sophomore album. Stay tuned CHVRCHES' fans.