Watch ChvrchesLauren Mayberry joins The National on stage at Austin City Limits

Chvrches’ Lauren Mayberry joins The National on stage at Austin City Limits

The frequent collaborators played ‘Guilty Party’ from last year’s ‘Sleep Well Beast’ LP.

Chvrches and The National have collaborated a handful of times over the years. Lauren Mayberry has joined the band on stage multiple times, mostly to perform ‘I Need My Girl’ from the band’s 2013 album ‘Trouble Will Find Me’.

Earlier this year, Matt Berninger then guested on ‘My Enemy’, a single taken from Chvrches’ third album ‘Love Is Dead’.

The two bands crossed paths on tour at this weekend’s Austin City Limits, and Lauren joined The National on stage once more! They ran through ‘Guilty Party’ from last year’s ‘Sleep Well Beast’.

Chvrches are currently on a US tour behind ‘Love Is Dead’, which will come to Europe and the UK across the rest of 2018 and early next year.

View the dates and watch Lauren join The National for ‘Guilty Party’ below.

16 Charlotte, The Fillmore
18 Washington, The Anthem
20 Boston, Orpheum Theatre

03 Utrecht, Ronda
05 Brussels, Ancienne Belgique
06 Cologne, Live Music Hall
07 Berlin, Tempodrom
09 Hamburg, Docks
11 Stuttgart, LKA-Longhorn
12 Munich, Muffathalle
14 Milan, Fabrique
15 Lausanne, Les Docks
16 Luxembourg, Den Atelier

07 London, Alexandra Palace
08 Birmingham, O2 Academy
09 Birmingham, O2 Academy
11 Nottingham, Rock City
12 Bournemouth, O2 Academy
14 Manchester, Victoria Warehouse
15 Manchester, Victoria Warehouse
16 Glasgow, SSE Hydro
18 Newcastle, O2 Academy
19 Belfast, Ulster Hall
21 Dublin, Olympia


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