Chapel Club have revealed that their second album will be named 'Good Together'.
Chapel Club are changing. Recent shows have found the band swapped the sweeping, post-punk grandeur of their debut album for something digitised. Gathering a collection of analogue synths, the band retreated to a Los Angeles studio they built together with producer Tom Biller.
The subject of much speculation, Chapel Club have now outlined plans for their second LP. Titled 'Good Together' the album is set to be released on June 3rd and seems to mark a period of rapid transition for the band.
"I guess we did make a conscious decision to go into what felt like new territory for us,” singer and lyricist Lewis Bowman explains. “We were ready to try something different, something more striking and surprising; something fresh.”
Ahead of this, though, Chapel Club have lined up a special EP. Released as part of Record Store Day (April 20th), a special 12 inch picture disc has been pressed up containing four brand new tracks: ‘Sleep Alone’, ‘Jenny Baby’, ‘Scared’ and ‘Good Together’.
Here's 'Good Together'.
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'Good Together' is set to be released on June 3rd.