CHVRCHES - Leave A Trace

Scottish electro-pop band CHVRCHES have finally shared a track to follow up their acclaimed debut

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Scottish electro-pop band CHVRCHES have finally shared a track to follow up their acclaimed debut album, The Bones of What You Believe. Titled “Leave A Trace,” the new release pulls at all of CHVRCHES signature cues, with Mulberry’s signature vocals splicing through the glowingly melodic and synth-driven production by Cook and Doherty. The trio announced the completion of their sophomore studio album just last month, and evidently cannot wait to share its material. Listen to the euphoric “Leave A Trace” above and visit iTunes to pre-order Every Open Eye, due September 25.

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