Chastity takes on right-wing snowflakes on the bruising “Chains”

Stream the title track from the Canadian rock artist’s new EP

September 28, 2017

On "Chains," the new song from Chastity, Brandon Williams returns his project to its noise-punk roots. The Whitby, Ontario artist was bespoke and sludge-y on January's Peroxide 7", but on the title track from his upcoming EP, he's all snarls and curved riffs that are adjacent to Chastity's recent tour mates Metz.

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"This song is about the fragility of the right," Chastity wrote to The FADER over email. "There is an ease to hatred, to channel pain into misguided anger, but to guide it toward those most vulnerable is sickening and we must defy people who represent these ideals."

Chains, the new EP from Chastity, is out October 13 via Captured Tracks. Pre-order it here.

Thumbnail photo purchased at Photo Plus LTD, Whitby Mall

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