CHVRCHES emerged with their 2013 breakthrough album The Bones Of What You Believe, peaking at #9 (UK), 12 (US) and #13 (AUS), entering the coveted BBC Sound Of list, and making their debut TV performances on Jimmy Fallon and Jools Holland. In 2015, they self-produced their second album, Every Open Eye, peaking at #4 (UK), #8 (US) and #3 (AUS), before releasing a new version of their single ‘Bury It’ featuring Paramore’s Hayley Williams. In 2018, CHVRCHES worked with GRAMMY Producer Of The Year, Greg Kurstin, on Love Is Dead, with additional collaboration from Dave Stewart of Eurythmics and Matt Berninger of The National. The album peaked at #7 (UK), #11 (US) and #7 (AUS). Since their breakthrough, CHVRCHES have received widespread critical acclaim, extensively toured around the world and appeared at Coachella, Glastonbury, Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, SXSW and Summer Sonic to name just a few. CHVRCHES returned last year with ‘He Said She Said’ and ‘How Not To Drown’ featuring Robert Smith of The Cure, their new album Screen Violence, recorded and self-produced remotely in lockdown, was released in August 2021.