CHASTITY – ” Drain The Bloodbath “

Posted: October 30, 2020 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Following the release of a zine/flexi on PUP’s Little Dipper label, Canada’s Chastity are back with a soaring new single on Dine Alone Records that’s like part post-rocky emo, part gospel. Really cool stuff. “Been trying to think of all the good people in the U.S. right now instead of the trippy ones,” main member Brandon William says. “My pal has been telling me that this is the end of a bad era, not the beginning of one. I love that. Hoping for some positive change, hoping that the world is able to drain this bloodbath.”

His first new material since releasing last year’s Home Made Satan features studio vet Makeda Francisco on backup vocals and finds the pair singing about a sense of optimism for the future in the midst of the trash fire that has been the year 2020. “Been trying to think of all the good people in the U.S. right now instead of the trippy ones,” Williams said in a statement. “My pal has been telling me that this is the end of a bad era, not the beginning of one. I love that. Hoping for some positive change, hoping that the world is able to drain this bloodbath.”

Earlier this year, Williams threw his support behind the Ever New charity compilation with a cover of “Now The Struggle Has a Name” by the Tragically Hip. Prior to that, he released a live companion album to 2019’s Home Made Satan.

Whitby’s Brandon Williams has returned with new Chastity material, sharing his single “Drain the Bloodbath” through Dine Alone Records today.

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