Genre: Pop Rock
Size: 12"
Additional Artists: Robert Smith
Format: 33RPM,


Chvrches Screen Violence LP


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New Album From Chvrches On Vinyl LP!
Features Robert Smith (The Cure) On "How Not To Drown"!

Consequence Top 50 Albums Of 2021 - Rated 7/50!

Recorded almost entirely remotely on two different sides of the Atlantic, Screen Violence is an ode to the digital violence experienced on screen, by screens and through screens. Featuring standout singles "He Said She Said" and "How Not To Drown (feat. Robert Smith)," the album serves as a marriage between personal experience, visual imagery and cultural narrative.

With the self-produced Screen Violence...they tap into everything that makes them so special among the legions of bands reinventing synth pop in the 2020s. At the top of that list would be Lauren Mayberry's voice. She sounds as bright and emotive as ever, and her youthful clarity contrasts satisfyingly with the maturity of her lyrics. Mayberry remains brilliant at expressing complex emotions with eloquently simple words, and every song on Screen Violence feels like a showdown with the Big Bad.... Not only is Screen Violence Chvrches' finest work since The Bones of What You Believe, it's also their most purposeful. It feels like they took stock of who they want to be and what they want to say, and these epic songs about letting go but holding onto the ability to feel make for a stunning creative rebirth.
-Heather Phares,, 4.5/5 stars (The AllMusic 2021 Year In Review - Best Of 2021)


  • Vinyl LP
  • Gatefold jacket
  • Explicit Content
  • Made in the USA


  1. Asking For A Friend
  2. He Said She Said
  3. California
  4. Violent Delights
  5. How Not To Drown
  6. Final Girl
  7. Good Girls
  8. Lullabies
  9. Nightmares
  10. Better If You Don't

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