Chappo: Do It

Chappo SKU: 35662631
Chappo: Do It

Chappo: Do It

Chappo SKU: 35662631

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $19.98

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Title: Do It
Artist: Chappo
Label: Votiv
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 851857007410
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing including digital download card. 2018 release. Brooklyn's Chappo return with Do It, their third studio album and second release on Votiv Music. The album was produced and recorded by John Vandersliceat his studio Tiny Telephone Recording in San Francisco, CA. Do It find's Chappo - the trio of singer Alex Chappo, guitarist Dave Feddock, and and keyboardist Chris Olson - working through multiple traumas by engaging in the creative process of writing and recording an album together. A series of tumultuous events occurred in succession: the band parted ways with their drummer, Alex's best friend committed suicide, a record was begun and abandoned, and Dave and his wife lost their young son, Winter. In the wake of this period, the remaining three members of the band scattered. The future of Chappo seemed bleak. "I think we all realized how delicate and fragile the life of the band was at that time," explains Alex Chappo. "We were acutely aware that at any moment the whole thing could unravel or fall apart." "Almost immediately after losing our son I had a moment of clarity," says Dave. "It was like, more than ever, all the life and love that was missing needed to come out through the songs we were working on." The resultant album, Do It, is a lithe, spangled tumble of a record. Rather than creating a memorial, the band decided to strike nearer to the wild heart of things by paring their sound down to it's most primal and joyful components.


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