April 1, 2010 22:06

Chapel Club kick off long Easter weekend with free NME Radio gig

Band showcase new album at London show

Chapel Club kick off long Easter weekend with free NME Radio gig

Photo: Richard Johnson

Chapel Club got fans in the mood for the long Easter weekend, playing a free gig for NME Radio tonight (April 1).

The Londoners played the party starting set at the City Arts And Music Project for gig-goers who had won free tickets on the air, backed by the station's Chris Martin on the decks.

The band who are currently working with producer Paul Epworth, showcased a series of epic tracks from the album which is due out later this year, getting the crowd dancing on the eve of the long weekend.

Chapel Club played:

'Surfacing'
'O Maybe I'
'Five Trees'
'Blind'
'Water And Wine'
'White Knight Position'
'All The Eastern Girls'
'Paper Thin'


To listen to NME Radio tune into Sky Channel 0184, Virgin Media 975, Freesat 727, DAB nationwide or through NME.COM/radio.

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