Chvrches announce debut album release, unveil 'Gun' video - watch

'The Bones of What You Believe' is out on September 23

Chvrches are set to release their debut album, 'The Bones of What You Believe', on September 23.

The Scottish electro-pop act have also unveiled the video for their new single, 'Gun', which is set for release on July 15. Click above to watch it. The song follows the release of Iain Cook, Martin Doherty and Lauren Mayberry's 'Recover' EP, which came out in March.

As well as playing a number of European shows in support of Depeche Mode next month, Chvrches will play T In The Park, Latitude and Reading and Leeds Festivals

Chvrches recently recorded a cover version of the Game Of Thrones theme tune. They suggested the idea of recording a version of the opening music to the hit HBO series on Twitter, asking fans: "Should we cover the Game Of Thrones theme song? I kinda feel like we should. I might be on my own here though."

Chvrches will play:

T in the Park (July 14)
Latitude (19)
Reading Festival (August 23)
Leeds Festival (24)
Electric Picnic Ireland (September 1)


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