Chvrches announce October UK tour

The band will release their debut album 'The Bones Of What You Believe' in September

Chvrches announce October UK tour

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Chvrches have announced details of a UK tour this October.

The Glaswegian synth-pop trio will play five dates on the stretch in support of their debut album 'The Bones Of What You Believe', which will be released on September 23. It follows the release of the Scottish electro-pop group's 'Recover' EP, which came out in March.

Chvches will play:

Glasgow ABC (October 10)
Sheffield Leadmill (12)
Manchester Ritz (14)
Bristol Anson Rooms (15)
London Shepherd’s Bush Empire (17)


Chvrches will play Latitude Festival on July 19. They're also scheduled to perform at Reading and Leeds Festivals during the weekend of August 23-24.

'The Bones Of What You Believe''s standard edition tracklisting is:

'The Mother We Share'
'We Sink'
'Gun'
'Tether'
'Lies'
'Under The Tide'
'Recover'
'Night Sky'
'Science/Vision'
'Lungs'
'By The Throat'
'You Caught The Light'


The deluxe edition also includes:

'Strong Hand'
'Broken Bones'
'Gun' (KDA Remix)
'The Mother We Share' (We Were Promised Jetpacks Remix)
'Recover' (Live At Village Underground)
'The Mother We Share' (Live At Village Underground)


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