Rising Atlanta pop duo Chapel has announced their brand-new EP “Room Service”, due out April 23rd via Rise Records. Produced and engineered by the band – Carter Hardin (vocals/guitar/keys) and Kortney Grinwis (drums) – mixed by Matt Huber (Nightly, joan), and mastered by Sam Moses (Smallpools, Nightly), the 4-song EP showcases Chapel’s signature playful-yet-emotive lyrics, soaring pop melodies, and R&B inflected rhythms, synths, and guitars. You can pre-save “Room Service”HERE. News of the band’s forthcoming EP comes with the release of opening track “First Love” and a music video shot and directed by the duo at home.
“Sometimes in the back of your head you hope you and your first love work out. If not at the beginning maybe later in the future. Most of the time the reality is it doesn’t ever work out and although it doesn’t you both will always share this weird bond together. This song explores that pain and acceptance”. – Chapel
“First Love” follows Chapel’s previously released EP track “Pillow Talk” which dropped in January and has already racked up multiple spins on SiriusXM’s Alt Nation. Since releasing their debut EP “Sunday Brunch” in 2017, Chapel has accrued more than 8 MILION streams across platforms while receiving accolades from various media outlets.
Chapel’s new EP – “Room Service” – is out April 23rd via Rise Records and can be pre-saved HERE. The band’s new single “First Love” is out now – stream the track HERE via your preferred DSP. For all up-to-date information on new music, performances, and more, please stay tuned to www.chapelusa.com.