Sharing ‘Killer’, ‘Bitter End’ and ‘Screaming’, Lauren Mayberry says “This album was thematically so different to previous CHVRCHES albums that it would have been rude of us to let Halloween come and go without injecting some more Screen Violence into it. ‘Killer’, ‘Bitter End’ and ‘Screaming’ were all started in 2020 and finished just after the album was released. As any good horror fan knows, just because the film ends, it doesn’t mean the story does.”
‘Screen Violence: Director’s Cut’ Tracklisting:
1. Asking For A Friend
2. He Said She Said
4. Violent Delights
5. How Not To Drown (ft. Robert Smith)
6. Final Girl
7. Good Girls
10. Better If You Don’t
13. Bitter End
See Chvrches live at the following dates:
10 – Fat Sams - Dundee
12 – SWG3 - Glasgow
14 - Edinburgh - Corn Exchange
15 - Newcastle - O2 City Hall
16 - London - O2 Academy Brixton
18 - Birmingham - O2 Academy
19 - Manchester - O2 Apollo
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