Pop-rock duo Chapel — consisting of Carter Hardin and Kortney Grinwis — have officially dropped their brand new single, “Friends.” It’s the first taste of new music from the band since their EP, Sunday Brunch, was dropped in 2017 via Rise Records.

“Friends” tells the all-too-familiar story of struggling to find the balance between work-life and having a social life, while being held up by bright sounding guitars and drum beats.

Listen to the single for yourself below.

“In your 20s, it’s easy to get caught up in the ambitions you have for your life” shares Hardin on the new track. “I realized I was making excuses and bailing on a lot of people, not holding up my end of relationships. ‘Friends’ is an apology, because at the end of the day, no dreams are worth having if you don’t have people there with you.”

It’s a incredible pop-rock track that serves as a welcomed return for Chapel. They’re gearing up to release new music, with their debut full-length album coming next year via Rise Records, and we’ll be eagerly waiting to keep you updated with more.