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The Chapters Play The Unitarian Church
Indie rockers The Chapters plan to give their new material a spin in the atmospheric surroundings of Dublin's Unitarian Church.
The Hot Press Newsdesk, 19 Oct 2012
Since the release of their sparkling debut album Perfect Stranger in 2009, The Chapters have undergone a change in line up making them a four-piece, and with that has come a new direction in sound.
Their self produced sophomore album sees a shift towards simple, heartwarming songwriting and understated but mature musicianship. The Chapters play the Unitarian Church on Friday the 2nd of November with support from "Biggles flys again", tickets €10.
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