Watch CHVRCHES deliver out The Treatment’s Robert Smith in London
CHVRCHES have introduced out The Treatment’s Robert Smith at their gig this night (March 16) in London – watch footage of the second at Brixton Academy under.
Precisely two weeks in the past, the 2 acts carried out collectively on the similar venue throughout the NME awards. That was the primary time the 2 acts had carried out collectively and bodily met, having duetted nearly on a observe throughout lockdown.
That music, ‘How Not To Drown’, received the Finest Track By A UK Artist prize on the NME awards. The collaboration additionally appeared on CHVRCHES’ 2021 album ‘Display screen Violence’.
Tonight in London, Smith joined the Scottish trio on stage as soon as extra for a rendition of ‘How Not To rown’ together with a duet of ‘Simply Like Heaven’ – a music in addition they carried out collectively for the primary time finally week’s NME awards.
Smith moreover performed guitar on ‘Mom We Share’ and appeared whereas the band performed ‘Clearest Blue’. You’ll be able to see footage and pictures of their collaboration alongside these from their latest efficiency collectively on the NME awards right here:
That is unbelievable. They’ve performed How Not To Drown, Simply Like Heaven, The Mom We Shared and Clearest Blue collectively. I’m welling up! Thanks @RobertSmith and @CHVRCHES pic.twitter.com/UMQG5mmwTt
— Breaking Extra Waves (@BMWavesBlog) March 16, 2022
Completely unbelievable gig tonight from @CHVRCHES – killed it from begin to end. Bringing out my all-time fucking god in Robert Smith for the encore was past mind-blowing. Unreal. pic.twitter.com/LQwbGwKzd7
— Matthew Sivyer (@MattySivyer) March 16, 2022
Sir @RobertSmith is right here once more !!!! Identical to heaven once more !!! thanks @CHVRCHES once more !!! pic.twitter.com/4lhrJGzSlY
— ㅅㅂㄹ (@retnolaras) March 16, 2022
Make Robert Smith a everlasting member of CHVRCHES instantly. pic.twitter.com/86sx85glbG
— Stuart Edwards (@StuartEdwards) March 16, 2022
Accepting their award for Finest Track By A UK Artist on the NME awards, CHVRCHES’ Lauren Mayberry mentioned: “Thanks very a lot! We by no means get prizes for something, so that is actually superb,” after amassing the award from presenter Jehnny Beth.
Mayberry then thanked Smith for collaborating with them and added: “The world is an enormous fucking fireplace for the time being, so it’s good to consider tunes.”
‘How Not To Drown’ appeared on Chvrches’ 2021 album ‘Display screen Violence’, which NMEpronounced their “finest album but” in a four-star evaluate.
In an NME cowl story final 12 months, the band defined how the collaboration got here collectively, with member Martin Doherty saying: “You can have provided me a collaboration with anybody dwelling or useless – fucking Prince, fucking Beethoven – I’d nonetheless select Robert Smith.”