CHVRCHES CHVRCHES CHVRCHES CHVRCHES CHVRCHES CHVRCHES!!!!! Try saying it fast a lot of times (its harder than you think), because I can guarantee you will be listening to them a lot more from this time forth. The Scottish synthpop band is working wonders, recently attaining perfection with “The Mother We Share”. This piece balances the right amount of electro elements with just enough pop ingredients, thus resulting in the blissful and dreamy soufflé that is this song to the culinary world of synthpop. The sampled lead female vocals at the beginning give the song a tremendous impulse that then erupts with the drum line kicking in. The track then seamlessly flows into a gorgeous dreamy sequence. Glasgow based Julian Corrie, the 27-year-old mastermind behind Miaoux Miaoux, exploits the synth line bringing it to its full power in the front lines of the track. The vocals remain intact except for the sampled segments that are removed to make space for other synthesizer sequences that flourish the vibe of the overall song, matching harmoniously with its increased tempo.