All musicians know that recording studios are sacred spaces. The Church is quite literally so, a beautiful old place of worship in north London, whose stone walls and stained glass have reverberated for 170 years to the sound of prayers and some of the greatest music ever made.
To sing in The Church today is to play a part in music history that has included Adele, U2, Bob Dylan, Radiohead, Annie Lennox, Depeche Mode, Robert Plant, Patti Smith, Elvis Costello, Lana Del Rey, Tom Jones, and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Florence + The Machine, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Mumford and Sons, Seal, Spiritualized, The Stones Roses and The xx.
There are very good reasons why such extraordinary talents come to The Church: history, technology, and location. Three state-of-the-art studios provide anything a musician could ever need. Set in verdant Crouch End, just 20 minutes from London’s West End, The Church is a sanctuary, home, and shrine set to worship the very spirit of music. From Eurthymics break out hit “Sweet Dreams” to Adele’s record shattering album, 25. The sound of The Church has resounded around the world.
There are other recordings studios. There is only one Church.