Chapel debut their sticky new video for ‘Don’t You Love Me’
The duo released their colourful new EP just a few weeks ago.
Published: 11:56 am, December 04, 2017
Rise Records indie-poppers Chapel have shared a new video for ‘Don’t You Love Me’.
The clip sees the duo have fun with syrup and pancakes, and is for a track taken from their new EP ‘Sunday Brunch’, released a few weeks ago.
“Love is a mess, and we wanted a visual that portrayed exactly that,” Carter Hardin explains. “We believe Max really helped create not only that, but also an accurate representation of who we are as a band.
“Also I really really really wanted to sing on top of a stack of pancakes, and the team made it happen. We are very proud of this video and hope you enjoy our video for 'Don’t You Love Me’.”
Catch the band on the road (if you’re in the US) with Waterparks early next year.
Watch ‘Don’t You Love Me’ below.
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