What can artists learn from Chvrches’ second album? Electro-pop giants and gems Chvrches recently dropped their second album ‘Every Open Eye’, a hugely more mainstream pop album than their debut ‘The Bones Of What You Believe’.
80’s style synthesizers that sound a lot like CHVRCHES set up each track on Villiers’ AA side single, ‘You’re Not Alone’/’Nowhere To Run’. Unfortunately when the vocals kick in it’s all rather anti climatic, the structural formula of each track is – in theory – brilliant. With catchy synths and lyrics that would be great to sing along to, if you were just a little bit tipsy at a festival somewhere, the band seem initially to be onto a winner. […]