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Chastity Belt are returning with a brand new album later this year

The self-titled effort will follow up on 2017's 'I Used To Spend So Much Time Alone', and will arrive on 20th September.
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Published: 9:57 am, July 11, 2019
Chastity Belt are returning with a brand new album later this year

Chastity Belt are returning with a brand new album later this year.

The self-titled effort will follow up on 2017's 'I Used To Spend So Much Time Alone', and will arrive on 20th September.

Produced alongside Melina Duterte - that's Jay Som to most of us, 'FYI' - guitarist and vocalist Julia Shapiro explains: “I feel like this record is a really good representation of who we all are, and I feel like we're at a point where we've really come into our own. We're more us than ever.”

The news comes alongside a new track, album opener 'Ann's Jam'. You can check out a video for that below.

Chastity Belt will hit the UK for a run of dates in October. You can catch them at:

October
13 Bristol Thekla
15 Leeds Brudenell Social Club
16 Manchester Yes (The Pink Room)
17 Glasgow Stereo
19 Oxford Ritual Union
21 Brighton Patterns
23 Southampton Joiners
24 London Islington Assembly Hall

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