By surprise only one day before the release of their new single “Get Out”, Chvrches cleaned all of their social media accounts. The mystery and all the speculations were floating around the internet after that, but the fans went nuts when the posted a video of before Mayberry drawing a heart on a bathroom mirror using a lipstick (pretty Avril Lavigne Circa 2000) and then crossing it out and showing a “Get In”.
Only a few minutes after they posted the video online, the instrumental was listed as “Get Out” on Shazam which was showing the official artwork before the official release, basically like always. The day after, Chvrches posted a second teaser with a caption revealing that “Get Out” would premiere that evening on BBC Radio 1.
The song is a collaboration with English Grammy-winning producer Greg Kurstin (Adele, Britney Spears, Lily Allen, etc.). On Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 Show interview the lead vocalist of Chvrches, Mayberry affirms that this new album: “is the most pop stuff we’ve done and also the most aggressive and vulnerable at the same time”.
Both sides are present in their new single “Get Out” which can seem a little bit flat or commercial for some people at the first time, but is undeniable that the melody, the chorus and middle 8 are ready to be sung along at stadiums around the world. I mean, who can blame these guys for trying to get a massive hit with a catchy commercial track…
Chvrches’ third studio album “Love Is Dead”is scheduled to be released sometime this year.
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