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Home > Open Fund: CHAMBERS

Open Fund: CHAMBERS

Open Fund: CHAMBERS

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CHAMBERS EP Recording and Release 2017

CHAMBERS are Aeris Houlihan (Vocals/Guitar) and Eleanor Churchill (Drums). The Hull/Leeds ‘sister-doom’ duo throw together heavy riffs and raucous rhythms with a lyrically powerful message.

Through the success of three-hard hitting singles, CHAMBERS have gained respect from the likes of Alternative Press, CLASH and Counterfeit Magazine and continue to ride a pretty incredible wave of support up and down the country. The duo have performed with the likes of HECK, Black Honey and Dinosaur Pile Up and have been selected for the BBC Introducing Stage at Humber Street Sesh 2017, the Radio 1 Academy in Hull and continue to be championed by the likes of BBC‘s Huw Stephens and Alan Raw.

CHAMBERS‘ EP is set for release later in 2017 through I’m Not From London Records. The EP will combine their signature ‘sister-doom’ sound with a fresh blend of beautifully dark, brutalicious vibes.

“Their napalm is derived from a noise-rock sensibility where Girls Against Boys, Deap Vally and Placebo are protecting their favorite bar from hoarders of hipster vermin and gentrified scum…feels like molten silver dripping down onto the engine in God’s favorite car.” – Jason Pettigrew – Alt Press

“Despite them only being a two piece, they fill every frequency on the spectrum in a spectacular musical onslaught which leaves you wanting more as soon as they leave the stage. They are an excellent example to girls everywhere and prove that you can aspire to be more than just another Beyoncé.” – Girls that Gig

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