The band first pricked the capital's consciousness as the sun started to set on the summer of 2009, with a series of live shows in a hitherto underused setting in Dalston. Word of mouth excitement led to unprecedented numbers in attendance for a band few had heard and even fewer had witnessed live. The gigs proved to be a pivotal moment in the upward arc of the band's trajectory.
Chapel Club’s recorded debut came in the pop noir form of single ‘Surfacing’, which dined on past moods and moments while concocting a feast of the band's own devilish design. With healthy support from specialist radio and plaudits from press quarters, the band ended 2009 on a high - and surrounded by high expectations (not least their own).
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