Chapterhouse Tour North America

Ulrich Schnauss to Open and Join Them on Stage

Mar 10, 2010
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Early '90s British shoegazers Chapterhouse are planning a rare North American tour. Opening will be German electo-artist Ulrich Schnauss, who will also join the band on stage for some songs.

Chapterhouse vocalist Stephen Patman tells Under the Radar, “This really is a one off deal for us so there are no plans for any further shows after these North American dates. It is the original line up except for Greg Moore who is filling in for Russell Barrett on bass.”

The band formed in 1987 and released two albums, 1991's Whirlpool and 1993's Blood Music. Chapterhouse were one of the leaders of the now highly influential shoegazing scene that included such artists as Ride, Lush, and Slowdive (and, to a lesser extent, My Bloody Valentine and Cocteau Twins).


May 1st - Horseshoe Tavern, Toronto
May 3rd - The Bell House, Brooklyn, NY
May 5th - Lincoln Hall, Chicago
May 6th - Tractor Tavern, Seattle
May 7th - Troubadour, LA
May 8th - Mezzanine, San Francisco





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March 11th 2010

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April 28th 2010

Toronto, Seattle and Chicago dates canceled. Hopefully they’ll be back in the summer/fall.

Phyllis Kimball
August 5th 2011

Are these dates for 2010 or 2011? It’s great to hear that Chapter house are planning a North American tour. I wonder where they went after the release of their two albums Whirlpool and Blood Music. This is some really good news. Thank you for the update.