This isn’t a heartbreaking work of staggering genius, it doesn’t have the depth of this year's great pop touchstones, Tegan and Sara’s Hearthrobb or Vampire Weekend’s Modern Vampires of the City, and like when Christopher Ecclestone regenerated into David Tennant some of the edge, the darkness and the grit has been left behind.»
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East-London five-piece Chapel Club return with the release of their second album 'Good Together' through Ignition Records. 'Good Together' brims with fresh new ideas at every turn and marks a stunning new sound for the band. Chapel Club have made a bold change in both instrumentation and attitude since their 2011 debut album 'Palace', exchanging guitars to bring analogue synths to the forefront, signalling the band's growing ambition. 'Good Together' was recorded on an LA hilltop in a studio they built together with producer Tom Biller (Warpaint, Liars). The result is one of the most audacious and intriguing records by a British band in recent years, a collection of bold and spectacular songs that sparkle with pop power - and yet retain a real intimacy and intelligence.
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