Chvrches‘ Lauren Mayberry covered Don Healy and Miley Cyrus at Greg Barris’ Heart of Darkness comedy event at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn last night (Nov 3). Performing Healy’s ‘Boys…
Electro trio played the main stage at Reading and Leeds for the first time this weekend
Martin Doherty dedicates 'Under The Tide' to late gorilla
Band also played latest single 'Bury It'
Animated video was created by the band's longtime collaborator Jamie McKelvie
Two acts teamed up at Bonnaroo festival
The track is part of an extended version of ‘Every Open Eye’
Song features on soundtrack of new video game 'Mirror’s Edge Catalyst'
The cruise is sailing from Miami to Cozumel, Mexico
They'll be hitting the road together in June
The latest single from 2015 album 'Every Open Eye'
Singer delivers rendition of 'Believe' for James Corden's 'Late Late Show'
The playlist features Aphex Twin, My Bloody Valentine and Mogwai
Band will play gigs in London and Glasgow next year
Singer also hits out at critics of Taylor Swift and Beyonce
The latest single from 'Every Open Eye' is out on December 11
Band performed 'Bury It' with pop-punk singer
Frontwoman opens up about former relationship in new essay
Lead singer of Scottish band becomes latest musician to meet the Kids Interview Bands crew
It is their third performance on Jimmy Fallon's show in as many years
'Get Away', 'Follow You' and 'Bow Down' feature as 'Every Open Eye' album extras
Synth-pop trio took on the song during live session for Radio 1's Live Lounge
Band will release their second album on Friday (September 21)
The singer says she has a duty to young fans to stand up to misogynistic abuse
The band preview tracks from new album 'Every Open Eye' to celebrate the new, free NME magazine
My mother made me a lifelong Eurythmics fan. A constant in our house alongside the Celtic rock anthems of U2 and Runrig, they offered a vision of a Scottish voice…
New LP 'Every Open Eye' will be released on September 25
Band's 'Leave A Trace' video sparked misogynistic comments from internet trolls
British producer Kieran Hebden reworks track ahead of band's new album 'Every Open Eye'
Band say they would have been more of a success if male members were hidden away