13 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The music of Seattle's Chastity Belt often feels like internal monologue: plainspoken but personal, lived-in but a little mysterious. Their third album explores scenes of romantic miscommunication (“What the Hell”) and self-doubt (“Stuck”) with hazy grace, mixing lyrical directness with fuzzy, often gorgeous washes of guitar. “Out of the fog and finally feeling fine,” Julia Shapiro sings on “Used to Spend.” “My doubts are all gone and I’m having a pretty good time/Feeling like a champ, but for how long?”

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EDITORS’ NOTES

The music of Seattle's Chastity Belt often feels like internal monologue: plainspoken but personal, lived-in but a little mysterious. Their third album explores scenes of romantic miscommunication (“What the Hell”) and self-doubt (“Stuck”) with hazy grace, mixing lyrical directness with fuzzy, often gorgeous washes of guitar. “Out of the fog and finally feeling fine,” Julia Shapiro sings on “Used to Spend.” “My doubts are all gone and I’m having a pretty good time/Feeling like a champ, but for how long?”

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Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Gibsonian ,

Great tone! Really enjoy this :)

I've just bought the 3 that are available and I will be getting the whole album and celebrating some cool new music when the rest is released. They make me want to start my own band!!! I play air guitar and dance around like a fool to this stuff. Great band right here :)

ifjcpjccjphov ,

10/10 highly recommend

If music can be aesthetically pleasing, this is a great example. It’s like listening to pure emotion.

Emilander ,

One of my favor albums of all time

I’ve seen them perform live so many times, and it’s incredible every time. Especially songs from this album. I love you Chastity Belt.

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