The Chapters
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The Chapters

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The best kept secret in music


"EP Review"

The Chapters are further proof that we're bang in the middle of a new dawn for the Dublin music scene. Dunno who this Arthur Molloy is but he has evidently inspired a record of such sheer beauty, sincerity and substance he must be a fine and glorious fellow indeed. The Chapters, with their mellow wonderment, gentle guitar/cello blend, and sad smile gorgeousness, have been more than worth the wait and are sure to be a massive hit with anyone with even half an ear cocked to the scene. In fact it's like The Frames, but much better, and without the false modesty. Bargain! - Hot Press, April 2004

"Hard Working Class Heroes Festival Review"

Of the lesser known acts to impress were The Chapters, purveyors of dreamy country rock, enlivened with frenetic celloes and power pop guitars. - The Irish Times August 2003


The Chapters released their self produced debut EP, "The Indecision of Arthur Molloy" in April 2004 and it has recieved widespread airplay both locally and nationally.


Feeling a bit camera shy


The Chapters met on a package holiday foraging for truffles in the mountainous Vars region in the south of France during the long cold winter of 2002. They enjoy nature walks and curling. If you can imagine a cross between The Band and Mogwai you're only half way there.