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Chapel Club - 'Sleep Alone [chk!]'

A faith-restoring sex jam

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One to file under ‘bands we always wanted to come good, finally coming good’. In the wake of a dreary debut album they sound glad to see the back of, London’s poetic indie folk five-piece crank out an eerie, funky and rather irresistible sex jam.
Dan Martin





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