It was only a few years ago that country music welcomed the Canadian young-boy group, The Moffatts. Comprised of 14-year-old triplets Clint, Bob and Dave, plus 15-year-old brother Scott, the one-time country sensation for mostly very young female fans is now trying their hands at the contemporary pop field. Following the footsteps as other such groups as Hanson or the Backstreet Boys, the Moffatts have been signed to Capitol records and plan to release a new album later next year. They released their debut rock disc, entitled Chapter I: A New Beginning in Europe late last year and in Canada this past June. According to a spokesman for the Canadian label, the record has sold 700,000 units world-wide.