2010 has seen intrepid quintet Chapel Club emerge from the hyperbole that surrounded them at the dawn of this, a new decade.
The band have mined their own considered course these early months with live sorties throughout Europe and the UK whilst intermittently ensconced in the studio working on their debut album – the latter half of the year will witness the fruits of their considerable endeavors.

Recent signees to the Loog label, Chapel Club are set to release ‘All The Eastern Girls’ on October 11th.

An early favourite on live excursions since the band’s inception, ‘All The Eastern Girls’ creeps up all brooding and heartfelt, exploding into life under the lyrical gaze of singer Lewis Bowman.
Swathes of guitar, emotive and passionate, it signals intent – the first salvo from an impressive musical armoury.

Produced by Paul Epworth, the single is a taste of what’s to come early next year when Chapel Club are set to release their debut album. Released on October 11th, ‘All The Eastern Girls’ is available on limited 7” and digitally through Loog Records.

Chapel Club are giving away a stunning remix of their new single, ‘All the Eastern Girls’ by London based electro-experimental collective, Breton, absolutely free.

Chapel Club – All The Eastern Girls (Breton Remix)
You can download it here:
Password: chc10

Chapel Club follow their debut at this year’s Reading / Leeds Festival with further appearances at festivals across the UK.
23rd Manchester Warehouse Project
24th Carlisle Backyard
25th Gloucester Underground Festival
then continue on the upcoming Emerge NME Radar tour…

27th Birmingham Academy 2
28th Norwich Waterfront
30th Nottingham Rescue Rooms

1st Glasgow King Tuts 8th Cardiff Millenium Music Hall
2nd Aberdeen Tunnels 10th Oxford Academy 2
4th Manchester Academy 3 11th Brighton Concorde 2
5th Newcastle Academy 2 13th Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
6th Leeds Cockpit 14th London Koko
7th Stoke Sugarmill