Listen: Chvrches Kicks Off Comeback With “Get Out” Single

Listen: Chvrches Kicks Off Comeback With “Get Out” Single

Chvrches must be gearing up for a 2018 comeback-of-the-year award by dropping their latest pop-style track “Get Out,” the trio’s first single since 2015.

After a three-year hiatus from the trio’s critically acclaimed album “Every Open Eye,” fans of the triple-threat team love the new release. Chvrches partnered with Grammy award winner Greg Kurstin, who has worked with Adele and Sia, to construct the groovy pop hit. “Get Out” imparts emotionally driven lyrics smoothed over by an upbeat bounce and pop blend. In an interview conducted by Entertainment Weekly, Lauren Mayberry, the leading lady of Chvrches, wished to portray the “real humanity and character” of the song through its lyrics. The song engages listeners as Mayberry’s lyrics exude passion over cybernated beats.

Iain Cook, Martin Doherty and Lauren Mayberry joined forces in 2011 and tore into the world’s spotlight in 2013 with the release of the classic hit “The Mother We Share.” In 2015, the band blessed the world with “Every Open Eye,” an album full of “anthems that start big and only get grander,” according to a Rolling Stone review. The album also held positions as Billboard‘s Top Rock and Alternative album that same year. A new project, “Love is Dead,” is supposedly in the works for 2018. The group has praised Kurstin’s creative abilities and feel “comfortable” working with the producer.

“He just listens and then Jedi puppet masters the best work out of you. The opening synth riff of ‘Get Out’ was the first thing to emerge on our first day in the studio with him,” said the band.

Aside from working on their upcoming album, Chvrches will be conducting a whirlwind international tour. The trio will be performing in Spain in May before making appearances in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany and Switzerland throughout June 2018.

On June 3, the Chvrches will be performing on the last day of Governor’s Ball along with Eminem, Lil Uzi Vert and Third Eye Blind.




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