Tune in Tuesday! So Chvrches came out with a new album called The Bones of What You Believe and the song I picked from there is called “Night Sky.” I love this song, it reminds me of an image of when you are looking through the moon roof of a car, and the driver just drives super fast through a dark L.A night! The colors start to swirl and merge with each other and you just lose your train of thought but instead is overcome by a calming and care-free vision. I hope you like this song! Enjoy!
Hey this is Mark, and I’m posting an amazing experience I had last week. I went to watch a new band I started getting into and they’re called Chvrches. The venue was in a small tavern near San Diego called Belly up. When I walked in it was literally a small intimate space with a bar…and another bar…and next to the bathroom was another bar. Doors opened at 8:00pm and the show started at 9:00pm. My friend and I started gathering in the middle of the dance like disco stage waiting for the band to appear. The reason I said it was like a disco stage was because right above us was a cute little disco ball. When the first band appeared the lights dimmed and the backdrop behind the drums began to show a movie from the 60s. Literally while they performed a silent movie in the background was playing. Then Chvrches came on. BTW both bands were from Scotland and they had pretty awesome accents, and since I was missing out Game of Thrones, their accent made up for it. Right after they came on you immediately feel their energy from the electropop vibe they give off. I felt like one of the people in their music videos where everyone put on roller blades and just skated and danced. Here are some awesome pictures :) Enjoi
Below is them playing and telling a few jokes about how they did a cover of the theme song of Game of Thrones
The photo here is them in action. You can really tell they were into their craft.
Tune in Tuesday. Two straight weeks, I have to pick this band again. Chvrches has absolutely blown my mind. I will be posting my experiences of their concert soon. But for now I will post this awesome called the Mother We Share. It’s just so hip. It reminds me of really awesome 80’s electronic music. I’ve never listened to this type of music before. It makes you want to dance, but at the same time close your eyes and be taken on a magical ride. It’s like you’re rolling blading around Chuck-Cheese!