CHIEFLAND wrote their debut EP "To Part Means To Die A Little" in a far-off wood cabin, giving weight to nature as a place of reconnection between emotions and human existence. This is also reflected in the band's actions off stage: CHIEFLAND intensively support the non-profit organization Sea Shepherd, which is dedicated to the conservation of marine wildlife. Besides from collecting donations at their shows, CHIEFLAND have also organized their own beach clean-up in October 2018.
The quartet from Göttingen, Germany released its much-anticipated debut album Wildflowers early in 2019 through Uncle M records. The dynamic sound of the production was shaped by Sören Kucz (Klanggeist Studio) and Lewis Johns (Funeral For A Friend, Rolo Tomassi). The songs are topped off by diverse vocals ranging from shouts to gentle spoken words that "convey so many emotions“ (FUZE Magazine). With their distinct blend of melodic hardcore and "The Wave“ influences, described as "the perfect symbiosis of Listener and Defeater" (VISIONS Magazin), CHIEFLAND are ready to leave their mark on the scene.