Wherever CHVRCHES are, they need a way out. The Scottish synth-pop trio released an eerie, dystopian music video for "Miracle," the latest single from their forthcoming album Love Is Dead, on Wednesday (April 25).
The clip, directed by Warren Fu, shows concerned frontwoman Lauren Mayberry strolling in slow motion through a hazy scene as she sings the epic tune. She weaves through violent riots taking over what appears to be a desolate city under the foggy glow of street lamps. Although Mayberry repeats in the lyrics she's "not asking for a miracle," she should've considered asking for an escape from the post-apocalyptic setting before the video arrives at its mysterious ending.
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Love Is Dead, CHVRCHES' third studio album, is slated for release May 25. "Miracle" follows the album's preceding singles "Never Say Die," "Get Out" and "My Enemy." They will embark on a North American tour beginning this September.