‘Good Together’ is a happy-go-lucky indie-disco treat that can’t help but conjure up images of the most vibrant occasions in summer. At its most extroverted and catchy, comparisons to Aussie electro-indie group Miami Horror are hard to ignore.
At its most experimental, and most exciting, the group delve into the playful psychedelia of Super Furry Animals that makes Chapel Club not just another band with an ear for a hit as the track ‘Fruit Machine’ might suggest.
‘Force You’ is where Gruff Rhys vocal comparisons emerge and a harp and orchestral ensemble create a dreamy and abstract feel. Such unanchored dream-pop and carefully structured pop hits makes it a dynamic listen.
Words by Cai Trefor
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