CHVRCHES Share Video for ‘Miracle,’ North American Tour on Sale This Friday

CHVRCHES have debuted the video for new single “Miracle,” the latest song to be lifted from their eagerly anticipated upcoming album, Love Is Dead, out May 25th on Glassnote Records. Directed by Warren Fu (Daft Punk, The Weeknd, The Strokes, The Killers) and shot in one take, the short is CHVRCHES’ most striking video to date.

“We’re all huge fans of Warren’s work and were so excited when he agreed to be the creative director on this record,” says Lauren Mayberry. “We met him when he directed the video for our song Clearest Blue and it’s so cool to see the world you imagined come to life through his work.”

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The song was produced by Steve Mac (Ed Sheeran / ‘Shape Of You’). On working with the mega-producer, the band says: “Miracle is the only song from Love Is Dead that we didn’t write and record in the States, instead producing it in London with Steve Mac. Steve is such an intuitive writer with such a killer ear for melody and working with him felt very easy and natural. He makes space for everyone in the room and really pushes people to try things and go outside of their comfort zone, in a good way.”

The track is available to stream and download now, and – like lead single “Get Out”, as well as “My Enemy” feat The National’s Matt Berninger and “Never Say Die” – is available as an instant grat to those who have pre-ordered Love Is Dead.

CHVRCHES are Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook and Martin Doherty. Love Is Dead is the band’s third album, following their debut The Bones of What You Believe (2013) and its critically acclaimed follow up Every Open Eye (2015). With the soaring success of their first two albums propelling CHVRCHES into new worlds of fame and acclaim, Love Is Dead is at times euphoric and others bittersweet. It is an album about growing up and“coming to terms with the fact that there are great things in the world and there are awful things in the world and that you can’t get one without the other,” says Mayberry.

Love Is Dead tracklisting

  1. Graffiti

  2. Get Out

  3. Deliverance

  4. My Enemy

  5. Forever

  6. Never Say Die

  7. Miracle

  8. Graves

  9. Heaven/Hell

  10. God’s Plan

  11. Really Gone

  12. ii

  13. Wonderland

Over the course of their career, CHVRCHES have played countless shows worldwide, with each tour’s production reaching new heights and leaping towards the top of festival bills. The band just announced a North American Fall tour, as well as a number of other festivals across the world. Tickets for the Fall tour go on sale 10:00 a.m. local time on Friday, April 27th. The band is teaming up with Plus 1, with $1.00 from each ticket benefittng Girls Rock Camp. See for the full list of shows and details of how to obtain tickets.


May 26 — Swansea, UK — Radio1 Biggest Weekend

May 31 — Barcelona, Spain — Primavera

June 3 — New York, NY — The Governors Ball

June 8 — Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands — Best Kept Secret

June 10 — Manchester, UK — Parklife

June 17 — Camden, NJ — Bb&T Pavilion

June 22 — Nehausen Ob Eck, Germany — Southside Festival

June 22 — Scheessel, Germany — Hurricane Festival

June 29 — Panensky Tynec, Czech Republic — Aerodrome

June 30 — St Gallen, Switzerland — Openair St Gallen

July 06 — Werchter, Belgium — Rock Werchter

July 08 — Glasgow, UK — TRNSMT Festival

July 11 — Linz, Austria — Ahoi The Full Hit of Summer

July 13 — Alges, Portugal — NOS Alive

July 15 — London, UK — Citadel Festival

July 27 — Yuzawa, Japan — Fuji Rock

August 02 — Chicago, IL — Lollapalooza

August 03 — St Charles, IA — Hinterland Music Festival

August 06 — Denver, CO — Ogden Theatre

August 09 — Ogden, UT — Ogden Twilight

August 31 — Stradbally, Ireland — Electric Picnic

September 20 — San Diego, CA — Open Air Theatre

September 26 — Portland, OR — Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

September 27 — Vancouver, BC — Commodore Ballroom

September 29 — Seattle, WA — Paramount Theatre

October 03 — St. Paul, MN — Palace Theatre

October 04 — Milwaukee, WI — Riverside Theater

October 08 — Birmingham, AL — Iron City Birmingham

October 09 — Asheville, NC — Thomas Wolfe Auditorium

October 10 — — Atlanta, GA — The Tabernacle

October 11 — New Orleans, LA — The Joy Theater

October 15 — Nashville, TN — Ryman Auditorium

October 16 — Charlotte, NC — The Fillmore

October 18 — Washington, DC — The Anthem

October 20 — Boston, MA — Orpheum Theatre

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