CHVRCHES’ Lauren Mayberry recently met up with Jenny Eliscu for a chat in Los Angeles that is featured on the 25th episode of the LSQ Podcast. The two discussed Mayberry’s creative journey from childhood to now. From the early days and the music she grew up on, trying to fit in as a young adult, how the band CHVRCHES came about, developing her stage persona and stepping in and out of her band character. This was an insightful listen into the life of a professional musician that is now available on iTunes or can be listened to on the player below.
CHVRCHES’ Lauren Mayberry recently had a chat with Tom Mullen on the Washed Up Emo podcast. A great interview discussing Mayberry’s early days in Glasgow bands like Boyfriend/Girlfriend and Blue Sky Archives and how those times shaped the person she is today.
This insightful discussion touched on everything from the Glasgow music scene, women in music and the sexism they face, emo music, Mayberry’s journalism days, collaborations, the future of CHVRCHES and much more!
Visit the Washed Up Emo podcast and listen to episode #143 now.
While on tour in California recently the band CHVRCHES stopped by for an entertaining chat with Scott Aukerman on Comedy Bang! Bang! Other guests included entrepreneur Bean Dip (Edi Patterson) and businessperson Mary Lisa. Give it a listen below.
Topics of discussion with the band included touring, how they write lyrics, their latest album Love Is Dead, what the band are up to during their current break from touring including something super-secret coming soon, law and moot, memes and more!
Later in the show Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook, Martin Doherty and Jonny Scott perform beautiful acoustic renditions of their songs “Miracle” and “Graffiti”.
Just hours after CHVRCHES’ performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Lauren Mayberry dropped by for an appearance on Lovett or Leave It. Listen to Mayberry’s hilarious dramatic reading of an excerpt from Omarosa’s Manigault Newman’s new book Unhinged at 15:35 in her Glaswegian accent recorded live on August 14, 2018.
Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook and Martin Doherty of the band CHVRCHES recently chatted with Lior Phillips on This Must Be the Gig podcast while in Lisbon, Portugal for their festival appearance at NOS Alive. This entertaining episode with the band touched on festivals, first concerts attended as kids, how they fill their days off while on tour, gender discussion, their secret first shows including a funny discussion with Lauren standing on a box, body language and more!
Click here to give episode #16 a listen and enjoy a fun-filled hour.
This past Saturday at BBC’s Biggest Weekend in Swansea, Jane Garvey of BBC Radio 4 sat down for a chat with Lauren Mayberry of CHVRCHES and Ellie Rowsell of Wolf Alice for the BBC Woman’s Hour. An interesting discussion was had around the power dynamic when you’re the only girl in a band and the primary focus of attention, unfortunately something that has been asked of Mayberry all to often over the years while touring in a band. Mayberry and Rowsell also discuss how they get treated differently in the media, the impact the #metoo movement has had on them and more.
Listen in at Women’s Hour Power List: Women in Music.
Earlier this month Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook and Martin Doherty of CHVRCHES stopped by The Watch podcast for a chat with host Andy Greenwald. Topics of discussion included meeting other celebrities and backstage ethics, recording an album in the US versus Scotland, working with music producer Greg Kurstin and more!
Mayberry was previously a guest on the Andy Greenwald podcast back in 2015.
Lauren Mayberry and Martin Doherty of CHVRCHES along with Matt Berninger of The National recently stopped by the ID10T podcast for an entertaining chat with Chris Hardwick. Listen to discussions about tour life, the evolution of bands, collaborating with Matt and what they have coming up next. Give it a listen below and let us know if you had a great laugh too!
Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook and Martin Doherty of the band CHVRCHES recently joined the Mike on Much podcast for episode #94 which was released on iTunes this past Friday, March 2, 2018 and now available on YouTube below. A great interview that covers topics including the family backgrounds of each member, how they got involved with music, inspiration for their third album Love Is Dead, working with Greg Kurstin and much more!
The TYCI podcast returns with Episode 10: “Feminist Fermentation, The Poverty Alliance and Los Campesinos!” This new episode published on June 8, 2017 is brought to you by Kate Bailey and Amanda Stanley.
The latest episode features a new Bitch Better Have My Banter (BBHMB) discussing misogyny and related issues at shows, interviews with Rachel from the Poverty Alliance and Gareth from the band Los Campesinos! Tracks by Sløtface and Los Campesinos! are featured.
Click here to listen to episode 10 of the TYCI podcast.