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Lauren Mayberry was born on 7 October, 1987 in Thornhill, United Kingdom.

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Age33 years old
Zodiac SignLibra
Born7 October 1987
Birthday7 October
BirthplaceThornhill, United Kingdom
United Kingdom

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Mayberry is a staunch advocate for gun control in the United States. Following the Sutherland Springs church shooting, Mayberry released a video on her Twitter account criticising President Trump’s response, arguing that “it’s somewhere on the scale from ironic to disgustingly hypocritical that Donald Trump is talking about mental health with regards to this attack when his administration has done nothing but try to restrict access to help get care for people who need it the most”. She further recounted her memory of the Dunblane massacre in which 16 children and one teacher were murdered with handguns, resulting in sweeping gun control legislation in the UK. Mayberry credits these efforts with substantially decreasing the number of mass shootings in the UK.


Mayberry and actor Justin Long have engaged in multiple philanthropic activities together, including hosting a holiday variety show charity fundraiser at The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles and travelling together to Nicaragua to visit a women’s shelter. In May 2018, The Guardian identified Long as Mayberry’s boyfriend. Mayberry has since suggested that these claims are false.

In September 2018, People reported that “[Justin] Long has split from Chvrches frontwoman Lauren Mayberry, whom he began dating in 2016.” During an interview with Rolling Stone in October 2018, Mayberry indicated that she is single.


In 2015, Mayberry wrote about an abusive personal relationship for Jenni Konner and Lena Dunham’s Lenny Letter. In December 2016, Mayberry took part in a fundraiser show with Carly Rae Jepsen, Lorde and Charli XCX for the Ally Coalition, an organisation started by Jack Antonoff to raise money for homeless LGBT youth.


She discussed the issue again in a Talks at Google session in 2014 and on Channel 4 News, following aggressive responses to the band’s video for “Leave a Trace”.


In 2013, the band signed to Glassnote Records after releasing the tracks, “Lies” and “The Mother We Share” in 2012. Their debut EP, Recover, was released in 2013. The band released their debut album, The Bones of What You Believe, on 20 September 2013.

In September 2013, Mayberry wrote an article for The Guardian in response to misogynist messages she received online. She wrote:


In September 2011, Iain Cook of Aereogramme and The Unwinding Hours produced Blue Sky Archives’ Triple A-Side EP. Cook started a new project with his friend Martin Doherty and asked Mayberry to sing on a couple of demos. They wrote together for seven or eight months in a basement studio in Glasgow. Cook, Mayberry and Doherty decided to form a new band after the sessions proved to be successful. The band chose the name Chvrches, using a Roman “v” to distinguish themselves from actual churches on internet searches.


Mayberry attended Beaconhurst School, an independent school in Bridge of Allan. After completing a four-year undergraduate law degree at the University of Strathclyde, she earned a master’s degree in Journalism in 2010. This led her into a career in freelance journalism and production running. From 2009 to 2010 she was a contributor to the UK music website The Line of Best Fit.


Lauren Eve Mayberry (born 7 October 1987) is a Scottish singer, songwriter, writer, and journalist. She is the vocalist and percussionist of the Scottish synth-pop band Chvrches. In Chvrches, Mayberry co-writes and co-produces the songs with Iain Cook and Martin Doherty, and sings as the lead vocalist. She also plays drums and keyboards. Mayberry is a soprano.