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Chvrches have shared a new version of 'Forever', recorded while each band member was at home

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Published: 10:23 pm, April 06, 2020
Chvrches have shared a new version of 'Forever', recorded while each band member was at home

Chvrches have dropped a new version of their song 'Forever'.

'Forever (Separate But Together Version)’ was recorded remotely and the video features the band members playing in their respective homes, what with everyone being on lockdown 'n' all.

Lauren Mayberry says: “Forever, in my mind, was always a sort of homage to the songs that were in John Hughes movies. Mostly I write lyrics from a more personal perspective but for this one I always imagined it soundtracking a Breakfast Club library dance type moment so it’s strange and cool that the song is now getting a second life because of a TV sync [on Netflix show Elite].”

The original version of the song appears on their most recent album, 'Love Is Dead' - give the new one a look below.

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