Chvrches share quarantine video for ‘Forever (Separate But Together Version)’

The meaning of "CHVRCHing from home" has been revealed

Chvrches have shared a new version of their song ‘Forever’ following the track’s inclusion on the Elite soundtrack.

The song has seen a spike in streams since it featured on the Netflix show, which follows teenagers at a private school in Spain.

A new video, dubbed ‘Forever (Separate But Together Version)’ for the track shows the different members of Chvrches playing the track in their various homes as they self-isolate in the coronavirus pandemic. Watch it below now.

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The band teased the new video earlier this week, sharing a screenshot on Instagram of the video with the caption: “CHVRCHing from home this week. Back soon.”

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CHVRCHing from home this week. Back soon.

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Chvrches and PVRIS are due to support Halsey across a number of dates on her 2020 tour this summer.

Joining Halsey on the first run of shows, which begins in Seattle on June 2, will be Lauren Mayberry and co. The Scottish synth outfit will act as special guests along with Omar Apollo up until July 5.

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Whether the tour will be postponed or cancelled due to the coronavirus crisis is yet to be determined.

Earlier today, Gold Coast singer-songwriter Amy Shark announced a livestream performance for the World Health Organisation and Global Citizen’s Together At Home concert series.

joins fellow Aussie artists G Flip and Vance Joy in performing for Together At Home, as well as international acts Coldplay, John Legend, Christine and The Queens, Years & Years and Ziggy Marley.

Over the past two weeks, the likes of Christine And The QueensColdplay’s Chris MartinU2’s Bono and Yungblud have all live-streamed performances from their homes or studios for fans on social media.

The War On Drugs and Run The Jewels both shared rough sketches of new music live from their studios, while Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard covered John Lennon and Phoebe Bridgers among others in the latest edition of his ‘Live From Home’ series of live streams.

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