Watch: Chvrches share ‘Miracle’ video

Chvrches share ‘Miracle’ video

‘Love Is Dead’ is out next month.

DIY cover stars Chvrches are releasing their new album ‘Love Is Dead’ next month, and have now shared a new video for its latest preview, ‘Miracle’.

‘Miracle’ follows first single ‘Get Out’, ‘My Enemy’ (featuring none other than The National’s Matt Berninger) and ‘Never Say Die’ in previewing the ‘Every Open Eye’ follow-up, and the new video is a suitably intense accompaniment to the pop banger, directed by Warren Fu.

Chvrches front the April issue of DIY, out now. Read the cover feature in full here, view the band’s recently-announced US tour dates and watch the ‘Miracle’ video below.

26 Swansea, BBC Biggest Weekend
31 Barcelona, Primavera Sound

03 New York, Governors Ball
08 Netherlands, Best Kept Secret
10 Manchester, Parklife
17 Camden, Bb&T Pavilion
22 Germany, Hurricane Festival
22 Germany, Southside Festival
29 Czech Republic, Aerodrome Panenský Týnec
30 Switzerland, Openair St Gallen

06 Belgium, Rock Werchter
08 Glasgow, TRNSMT
11 Austria, Ahoi The Full Hit of Summer
13 Portugal, NOS Alive
15 London, Citadel
22 Sydney, Hordern Pavilion
23 Melbourne, Margaret Court Arena
27 Japan, Fuji Rock

02 Chicago, Lollapalooza
03 St Charles, Hinterland Music Festival
06 Denver, Ogden Theatre
09 Ogden, Ogden Twilight
10 San Francisco, Outside Lands Festival
17 Birmingham, Iron City
31 Ireland, Electric Picnic

20 San Diego, Open Air Amphitheatre
26 Portland, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
27 Vancouver, Commodore Ballroom
29 Seattle, Paramount Theatre

03 Minneapolis, Palace Theatre
04 Milwaukee, Riverside Theatre
09 Asheville, Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
10 Atlanta, Tabernacle
11 New Orleans, The Joy Theatre
15 Nashville, Ryman Auditorium
16 Charlotte, The Fillmore
18 Washington, The Anthem
20 Boston, Orpheum Theatre

Chvrches play Citadel (15th July) where DIY is an official media partner. Tickets are on sale now. Visit for more information.

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