Every Open Eye, which followed the group's breakout debut, The Bones of What You Believe. Both albums showcase Chvrches' knack for emotional expression, conveyed through Mayberry's sweetly heart-tugging vocals, and display their simple, sophisticated beats that glisten (the shimmery cascade of "Recover") and jump (the Eighties progression of "Make Them Gold") from one hook to the next. In addition to Chvrches' Radio City debut on Saturday, the group plays Terminal 5 the following day.
What a difference a few years makes: Not long ago, Chvrches were just the little-known Scottish synthpop wonders behind 2013's brightest pop gem, "The Mother We Share." Now, the trio of Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook, and Martin Doherty have graduated to headlining Radio City Music Hall. The well-earned gig comes on the heels of Chrvrches' acclaimed sophomore effort, last year's