Chvrches frontwoman Lauren Mayberry says the band “learnt something” from Billie Eilish’s debut album

Chvrches frontwoman Lauren Mayberry has commended Billie Eilish and confessed that it is possible to “find out something” from her 2019 debut album.

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Mayberry also stated that Eilish’s LP ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? ’ is an “improvement in pop music”.

She told The Guardian: “The outspoken generation about the Billie Eilish album is completely phenomenal – that’s an improvement in pop music.

Lauren Mayberry of Chvrches Credit: Getty

“Iain [Cook] and Martin [Doherty] want to be around exactly what is happening for production stuff. ” She continued. “We are interested in being aware of it because there’s just awesome pop music and you can learn something from it. Learn the production suggestions but don’t even understand the other parts: I feel that has been the challenge of this [our coming ] album.

Mayberry added: “We did two albums that existed in a specific area, and by the next album it felt like what we had been doing had been popularised by other folks. How do you operate that race next to other folks? Well, we’ve realised that we don’t even have to run that race. You’re never going to win in a race that’s saturated by men and women who are larger, much more popular, so you may as well pivot and move somewhere else. ”

She said that the group ’s approaching album had “definitely got the Chvrches DNA” but the songs on it couldn’t “slot into any of the first three records”.

The group ’s LP is scheduled to fall in Spring 2021, after 2018’s ‘Love Is Dead’ and their 2019 collaborative only with Marshmello, ‘Here With Me’.

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