An interview with Chastity Belt

An interview with Chastity Belt

Seattle four-piece Chastity Belt can be described as a college party band that evolved into something more sincere. If their first album No Regerts (typo intended) was all about getting wasted with your friends and shouting “giant vagina” at frat parties, Time To Go Home is the moment the lights come on and you shuffle between the kissing couples, trying to find your jacket. Jittery with excitement ahead of their first London performance, I speak to Lydia Lund (guitar) and Annie Truscott (bass) about how growing up has changed their sound.

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