Live Video: Chastity Belt

Live Video, Local Music
04/23/2015
Janice Headley
Photo by Allyce Andrew

On their sophomore release, Time to Go Home, local ladies Chastity Belt unveil a new maturity. While their 2013 debut, No Regerts, took a snapshot of the Seattle party, the follow-up captures the aftermath: maybe there are "regerts" after all? Take in the new songs in this excellent weekend afternoon session below. Chastity Belt won't be going home for a while: after local shows at Cairo on May 9th, and Little Big Show #12 on Thursday, May 14th with Cloud Nothings and Tacocat, the band hit the road with Courtney Barnett, returning for the summer to play the Capitol Hill Block Party.

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