L.A.’s Chapin Sisters sign with Plain Recordings; debut album coming in March

The Chapin Sisters have signed to Plain Recordings and will be releasing their debut full length March of 2008. The Chapin Sisters are three actual sisters — Abigail Chapin, Lily Chapin and Jessica Craven — who live and play music in Los Angeles. Though the band started officially only two years ago, the Chapin Sisters have been singing together forever. Upon hearing the first notes of one of their shows or recordings, it becomes obvious that the Chapins have the sort of tight, celestial harmony that only sisters can achieve. Their full length album was produced by Thom Monahan (Vetiver, Pernice Brothers, etc.)

Their EP of demos recorded in friends’ basements and garages has been a CDBaby best seller, and their cover of Britney Spears’ “Toxic” won them international recognition both as one of LA radio station KCRW’s most requested songs of 2005, and when it was featured on PerezHilton.com.

They also have contributed a track to THROUGH THE WILDERNESS: a tribute to MADONNA
which was released on CD & iTunes out November 27th, 2007 via http://www.manimalvinyl.com.

Their version of “Borderline” can be downloaded here:http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,20161549,00.html

Other artists appearing include Jonathan Wilson, Golden Animals, Mountain Party, Giant Drag and

Lavender Diamond among many others.

Through the Wilderness CD/LP will benefit Madonna’s Raising Malawi charity

Click here to go to the official website: http://www.raisingmalawi.org/rm/home.html

Donations go to the construction of a groundbreaking school and care center for the 1 Million HIV/AIDS orphans in Malawi.

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