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Chapel Club

Originally a throwback towards the Manchester scene, particularly the sound from the Smiths, Chapel Club formed in the summertime of 2008 in London. Guitarist Michael Hibbert founded the group along with drummer Full Mitchell, vocalist Lewis Bowman, and youth close friends Liam Arklie (bass) and Alex Parry (electric guitar). After very much debate, Chapel Membership were ultimately called after St. Luke’s Cathedral, where the music group practiced. Following the group produced waves in Britain with live shows, debut one “Surfacing” premiered by the end of 2009, and was implemented up with another single, “O Probably I,” on East Town Recordings in Feb 2010. Chapel Membership continued touring over summer and winter while documenting their atmospheric debut record, Palace, that was released in early 2011. As newer materials produced its way to their live pieces, it was apparent proof the band’s decision to accept a far more synth-oriented, digital pop audio. “Good Jointly” — their initial single to show this alternate strategy — made an appearance on Ignition Information in January 2013, before their eagerly expected album from the same name was released that summertime. The examples, distorted synths, and innovative creation methods which prevailed on Great Jointly, underpinned Bowman’s lively and soul-searching lyrical contribution towards the record.

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