The Scottish synth-pop trio return with their fourth studio album Screen Violence and it’s everything we’ve come to expect from Chvrches. Jam packed with amazing tunes from start to finish and with no track under 3 minutes and several over 4 and a half minutes long, Chvrches have delivered an album that delivers quantity but never lets the quality drop off.
Formed in 2011 and having produced so much amazing music they just seem to be going from strength to strength, with Screen Violence in my opinion being their best album to date. With drumbeats, that sweet synth sound and the beautiful vocals of Lauren Mayberry bringing it all together, this album is a must for anyone’s collection.
Stand out tracks on Screen Violence are ‘He Said She Said’ and of course ‘How Not To Drown’ which features The Cures Robert Smith, which unsurprisingly is probably the darkest track on the album. If you like good music, then this is an easy addition to your vinyl collection. Synth pop at it’s best.