Chrvches – Screen Violence (Vinyl)

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Title : Chrvches – Screen Violence. Format : Vinyl Record. Label : UMC / EMI. Cat Num : EMIV 2041. Barcode : 0602435954219

Release Date : August 27th 2021

Screen Violence is the upcoming fourth studio album by Scottish synth-pop band Chvrches. It is scheduled to be released on 27 August 2021 through Virgin EMI Records in the UK and Glassnote Records in the US. Lead single “He Said She Said” was released on 19 April 2021. The album was announced alongside the second single, “How Not to Drown”, a collaboration with Robert Smith, lead singer of the Cure. The album began in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic as ideas shared over video calls and audio-sharing programs. It was produced by the band and recorded between Glasgow and Los Angeles. Frontwoman Lauren Mayberry said it felt “freeing initially” for the album to start out as something “escapist” but that the lyrics ended up being “definitely still personal” The album title came from an idea for the name of the band, but was then adapted for the title of the album due to the theme of violence “on screen, by screens and through screens – with songs addressing feelings of loneliness, disillusionment and fear, among other emotions”. Martin Doherty called the album title “a bit more literal [than just a concept]. When we were making the record, it was like half of our lives were lived through screens. 

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Title : Chrvches – Screen Violence. Format : Vinyl Record. Label : UMC / EMI. Cat Num : EMIV 2041. Barcode : 0602435954219

Release Date : August 27th 2021

Screen Violence is the upcoming fourth studio album by Scottish synth-pop band Chvrches. It is scheduled to be released on 27 August 2021 through Virgin EMI Records in the UK and Glassnote Records in the US. Lead single “He Said She Said” was released on 19 April 2021. The album was announced alongside the second single, “How Not to Drown”, a collaboration with Robert Smith, lead singer of the Cure. The album began in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic as ideas shared over video calls and audio-sharing programs. It was produced by the band and recorded between Glasgow and Los Angeles. Frontwoman Lauren Mayberry said it felt “freeing initially” for the album to start out as something “escapist” but that the lyrics ended up being “definitely still personal” The album title came from an idea for the name of the band, but was then adapted for the title of the album due to the theme of violence “on screen, by screens and through screens – with songs addressing feelings of loneliness, disillusionment and fear, among other emotions”. Martin Doherty called the album title “a bit more literal [than just a concept]. When we were making the record, it was like half of our lives were lived through screens. 

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