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Chaos For The Fly is the debut solo album from Grian Chatten, vocalist of Dublinís critically-acclaimed band Fontaines D.C. Rare moments of respite from a relentless touring schedule afforded Chatten the opportunity to start work on something for himself, occupying a completely different headspace from his hugely successful work within Fontaines D.C. Co-produced by the bandís longstanding producer Dan Carey, the album is arguably the most poetic weíve heard from Chatten. Each song here has a sweep of colour and textures that breathe life into his lucid tales. Over its nine tracks, Chaos For The Fly is a record that takes in all of lifeís rich emotions, transporting the listener to a place you not only want to visit, but will find yourself returning to again and again. It's been a tremendous run for Fontaines D.C., debuting at number one in both the UK and Ireland with their third album, the critically acclaimed and Ivor Novello nominated Skinty Fia, and taking home the BRIT award for International Group of the Year. It followed 2020ís A Heroís Death, which was nominated for Best Rock Album at the 2021 Grammys, and their debut, 2019ís Dogrel, which was nominated for both the Mercury Music Prize and Irelandís Choice Music Prize.
Chaos For The Fly is the debut solo album from Grian Chatten, vocalist of Dublinís critically-acclaimed band Fontaines D.C. Rare moments of respite from a relentless touring schedule afforded Chatten the opportunity to start work on something for himself, occupying a completely different headspace from his hugely successful work within Fontaines D.C. Co-produced by the bandís longstanding producer Dan Carey, the album is arguably the most poetic weíve heard from Chatten. Each song here has a sweep of colour and textures that breathe life into his lucid tales. Over its nine tracks, Chaos For The Fly is a record that takes in all of lifeís rich emotions, transporting the listener to a place you not only want to visit, but will find yourself returning to again and again. It's been a tremendous run for Fontaines D.C., debuting at number one in both the UK and Ireland with their third album, the critically acclaimed and Ivor Novello nominated Skinty Fia, and taking home the BRIT award for International Group of the Year. It followed 2020ís A Heroís Death, which was nominated for Best Rock Album at the 2021 Grammys, and their debut, 2019ís Dogrel, which was nominated for both the Mercury Music Prize and Irelandís Choice Music Prize.
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Chaos For The Fly
Artist: Grian Chatten
Format: CD
New: Available $15.98
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DISC: 1

1. The Score
2. Last Time Every Time Forever
3. Fairlies
4. Bob's Casino
5. All Of The People
6. East Coast Bed
7. Salt Throwers Off A Truck
8. I Am So Far
9. Season For Pain

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Chaos For The Fly is the debut solo album from Grian Chatten, vocalist of Dublinís critically-acclaimed band Fontaines D.C. Rare moments of respite from a relentless touring schedule afforded Chatten the opportunity to start work on something for himself, occupying a completely different headspace from his hugely successful work within Fontaines D.C. Co-produced by the bandís longstanding producer Dan Carey, the album is arguably the most poetic weíve heard from Chatten. Each song here has a sweep of colour and textures that breathe life into his lucid tales. Over its nine tracks, Chaos For The Fly is a record that takes in all of lifeís rich emotions, transporting the listener to a place you not only want to visit, but will find yourself returning to again and again. It's been a tremendous run for Fontaines D.C., debuting at number one in both the UK and Ireland with their third album, the critically acclaimed and Ivor Novello nominated Skinty Fia, and taking home the BRIT award for International Group of the Year. It followed 2020ís A Heroís Death, which was nominated for Best Rock Album at the 2021 Grammys, and their debut, 2019ís Dogrel, which was nominated for both the Mercury Music Prize and Irelandís Choice Music Prize.

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