Chastity releases their new album, Home Made Satan via Captured Tracks. The new album is the second installment of a building trilogy, bringing a pop sensibility to the band’s catalog following their acclaimed 2018 debut Death Lust. Recorded over the course of a couple weeks with his full live band in a small studio in London, Ontario, Brandon Williams crafted an emotional and political concept record meant to capture voices that often go unrepresented. Williams wrote and compiled the album as if he was scoring a film, aiming to match the sounds on the album to the vision in his mind.  

Coinciding with the album release, Chastity is sharing a new video. “Anxiety” follows the young boy from the band’s previous visuals (“Flames,” “Sun Poisoning,” and “The Girls I Know Don’t Think So“) in a state of disarray, haunted by the ghosts of his past. The band is also announcing a run of headlining North American tour dates. They will play Chicago, Boston, and New York on their tour in suport of DIIV before kicking off their headlining shows October 29th in Montreal. All tickets are available here.



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