Chvrches - 'The Bones of What You Believe' (new album / video collection)

by PopMatters Staff

24 June 2013

We're eagerly awaiting the debut long-player from Chvrches, the Scottish electro-poppers headed for loads of Best New Artist nominations and awards this year.

The Bones of What You Believe will release on September 23rd in the midst of the band’s heavy touring schedule. Below is the album’s first single, “Gun”, followed by “Recover” from their Recover EP of earlier this year.


6-15 Montreal, QC—Le National
6-16 Boston, MA—Paradise
6-17 New York, NY—Webster Hall
6-21 Washington, DC—Black Cat
6-22 Dover, DE—Firefly Music Festival
6-23 Philadelphia, PA—Union Transfer
07-06 Arendal, Norway - Hove Festival
07-06 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Pitch Festival
07-14 Balado, Scotland - T in the Park festival
07-16 Nimes, France - Antic Arena*
07-18 Milan, Italy - San Siro*
07-19 Suffolk, England - Latitude Festival
07-20 Berlin, Germany - Melt! Festival
07-21 Castellon, Spain - Benicassim Festival
07-23 Prague, Czech Republic - Synot Tip Arena*
07-25 Warsaw, Poland - National Stadium*
08-02 Sydney, Australia - Oxford Art Factory
08-03 Sydney, Australia - Oxford Art Factory
08-05 Melbourne, Australia - The Corner Hotel
08-10 Tokyo, Japan - Summer Sonic Festival
08-11 Osaka, Japan - Summer Sonic Festival
08-16 Hasselt, Belgium - Pukkelpop Festival
08-17 Biddinghuizen, Netherlands - Lowlands Festival
08-18 Hamburg, Germany - MS Dockville Festival
08-23 Berkshire, England - Reading Festival
08-24 Wetherby, England - Leeds Festival
08-25 Paris, France - Rock en Seine Festival
09-01 County Laois, Ireland - Electric Picnic
09-14 Detroit, MI - Laneway Festival
10-20 Brussels, Belgium - AB Box
10-23 Cologne, Germany - Gebaude 9
10-25 Munich, Germany - Strom
10-26 Berlin, Germany - Postbahnhof
10-29 Copenhagen, Denmark - Vega
10-30 Stockholm, Sweden - Debaser
* = supporting Depeche Mode

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