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  1. Sep 20,  · Review: Chvrches, 'Every Open Eye' The Scottish pop band has fun on Every Open Eye, but its disco ball is tiled with galvanized contwinkevbderlogptanvidensauculmody.coinfo .
  2. Every Open Eye is an entertaining album, but it doesn’t contain a hymn like Lies, at least not in my opinion. Chvrches is catchy, but too complex to be real pop. Occasionally, Chvrches sounds gloomy, but not dark enough to be wave. Every Open Eye shows great craftsmanship and is often danceable. Fans of La Roux, M83 and the above mentioned.
  3. Chvrches have announced new album Every Open Eye, the follow-up to 's The Bones of What You Believe. The album was recorded at their Alucard Studios in Glasgow, and according to a listing on the Australian retailer Sanity, it's out September 25 via Universal.
  4. Every Open Eye follows Chvrches debut album, The Bones Of What We contwinkevbderlogptanvidensauculmody.coinfo single “Leave A Trace” was released Summer to critical acclaim from Pitchfork, SPIN, Billboard, NPR, Rolling Stone and more. Sonically, the album is their signature style, uniquely merging the organic with the electronic, an electronic-pop record with a heart.
  5. Sep 25,  · Every Open Eye is the second studio album by Scottish synth-pop band Chvrches. It was released on 25 September by Virgin EMI Records and Goodbye Records. Self-produced, it is the band's follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut album, The Bones of What You Believe. The album title comes from a lyric in the song "Clearest Blue"/5().
  6. On Thursday 31 March , Chvrches made their debut at Royal Albert Hall as part of the Albert Sessions in an over two hours concert. The setlist included 17 songs from their first album and their follow-up: Every Open Eye. Chvrches and Solar Fields penned the original song "Warning Call" for the video game Mirror's Edge Catalyst. The.
  7. Chvrches - Every Open Eye [Extended] - Virgin EMI - CD: £ This item hasn't been updated for over a year. We believe the item to be in stock, but that might not necessarily be the case.
  8. Every Open Eye follows Chvrches debut album, The Bones of What We Believe (over K units sold). Sonically the album is their signature style, uniquely merging the organic with the electronic, an electronic-pop record with a heart. They spent the first half of recording the album. Chvrches are a Scottish electronic band, formed in

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