Chvrches’ Lauren Mayberry Announces First Solo Tour Dates

Chvrches’ lead singer, Lauren Mayberry, is stepping out on her own for the very first time. The Scottish singer announced her debut solo tour, which kicks off in North America in September. In addition to the tour, Mayberry also hinted at solo music on the horizon.

In a heartfelt message shared via social media, she reflected on her journey with Chvrches as they approach the 10th anniversary of their debut album The Bones of What You Believe. In the post, Mayberry opened up about her experiences and her excitement about the new solo path she is embarking on. “Looking back on what we’ve achieved together, so much of it doesn’t feel real or even possible,” she expressed, thanking her bandmates and fans for their continued support.

She reassured fans that Chvrches isn’t going anywhere. “We are all confident that the Chvrches story has many more pages yet to be written,” Mayberry said.

She confessed her emotions about the new project, saying, “For now, though, I am excited / terrified / bewildered to tell you that I have been working on my first-ever solo music and will be able to start sharing it soon.”

The singer acknowledged her evolution as an artist, and her journey from wanting to fit into a band setting to craving an individual creative outlet. “It has started to feel like there are things I want to write and say and do that need to be done on my own,” she admitted.

Lauren Mayberry 2023 North American Tour Dates

09-04 Washington, D.C. – 9:30 Club

09-16 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg

09-18 Allston, MA – Brighton Music Hall

09-20 Toronto, Ontario – Horseshoe Tavern

09-22 Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall

09-23 Urbana, IL – Pygmalion

09-25 Seattle, WA – Neumos

09-26 Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios

09-28 San Francisco, CA – August Hall

09-29 Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour

For more information on Lauren Mayberry or to get tickets to her upcoming tour dates, visit her website here.

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