No misery here.
A gorgeous duet on ‘I Need My Girl’.
Chvrches’ Lauren Mayberry was there, too.
It’s wall to wall boss ladies on the list as we celebrate International Women’s Day.
Footage has emerged of Paramore frontwoman Hayley Williams teaming up with CHVRCHES for a surprise performance of the band’s song Bury It at a show in the US. Captured at Nashville’s Marathon Music Works on Tuesday night, 27th October, the footage of Williams’ surprise appearance shows her singing alongside CHVRCHES’ Lauren Mayberry and even leading
CHVRCHES singer Lauren Mayberry has for some time now been outspoken about the rampant misogyny that she and other women in the public eye are subject to, and now she has opened up on an even more personal level, sharing her own experience of living in an abusive relationship. In a gripping and deeply personal
Chvrches frontwoman Lauren Mayberry don’t take no guff. The fiery Scot is basically just as well known for verbally throat-punching misogynistic internet trolls as she is for her dreamy electro-pop vox. So when a lovestruck punter at a recent Chvrches gig decided to interrupt the frontwoman’s regularly scheduled stage bantz with a loud marriage proposal,
All around legend Lauren Mayberry of CHVRCHES‘ has for a good while now been standing up to the grossly rampant misogyny that women in the public eye tend to face. Most recently, she has been dealing with the rabid denizens of 4chan, where there was a thread filled with slut shaming objectifying comments on her
CHVRCHES frontwoman Lauren Mayberry has continued to highlight the ridiculous amount of misogynistic comments she receives online by naming and shaming an online forum in which people have been commenting on CHVRCHES’ new music video for Leave A Trace. Taking to Twitter, Mayberry has posted a screenshot (below) of a Twitter user asking her to
Chvrches singer Lauren Mayberry has once again turned the spotlight onto the disgusting threats of physical violence she continues to receive online. This time around, though, she’s shamed one individual who recently threatened her with rape. Posting to her personal Instagram account, Mayberry has shared a vile comment which was originally sent to the Chvrches
Paramore frontwoman Hayley Williams has commended the leader of Scottish synthpop trio Chvrches, Lauren Mayberry‘s recent editorial on “online misogyny”, published in The Guardian earlier this month. In the editorial, Mayberry described the feeling of being a female in a band “born on the internet.” In particular, Mayberry expressed disgust at the reaction to a