Chastity Belt announce first UK tour with new music video – Album released today

May 12, 2015

Chastity Belt announce first UK tour with brand new video

Watch video for ‘Joke’ on YouTube

Album Time To Go Home released in the UK today



Seattle based four-piece Chastity Belt have announced their first ever UK live dates, alongside a self-recorded and edited video shot on a recent tour in the US. Watch now on YouTube.

This UK tour announcement follows incredible critical reception for their new album Time To Go Home, which see’s a UK release today via Hardly Art. With incredible reviews from the likes NME, Uncut and MOJO, as well as Pitchfork, Spin and NPR in the US, Time To Go Home is a vital record, full of astute lyrical observation and humour from the self-labelled “post-post-punk band”.

Chastity Belt are currently about to embark on a US tour with Courtney Barnett. Their UK tour begins 15th October 2015, including eight headline UK shows. Tickets for all headline shows go online at Wednesday 13th May at 10am.

EU Tour dates

Thurs 15th October         The Victoria, London                                                       TICKETS
Fri 16th October               The Lexington, London (White Heat)                           TICKETS
Sat 17th October              The Hope, Brighton                                                         TICKETS
Sun 18th October             The Harley, Sheffield                                                      TICKETS
Mon 19th October           Think Tank, Newcastle                                                    TICKETS
Tues 20th October           Broadcast, Glasgow                                                      TICKETS
Wed 21st October           Soup Kitchen, Manchester                                            TICKETS
Thurs 22nd October        Brudenell Social Club Games Room, Leeds           TICKETS
Fri 23rd October               All Years Leaving Festival, Birmingham                    TICKETS

Praise for Time To Go Home

“… a heady comedown with sweet surges of the-party-isn’t-over energy, a band making joy from disappointment” MOJO 4/5

“Funny, smart and so elegantly poised” Uncut 8/10

Time To Go Home is an unrepentant triumph that will ultimately establish the group as one of the most important musical voices in 2015” The 405 9/10

“ The record works brilliantly as a feminist reposte to The Strokes Is This It?” The Line of Best Fit 8/10

“This is feminism as fact; as default…It’s the evolution of how young women impart vitally important information.” — NPR

“They’re funny, and slightly goofy, and gently vulgar, and they play with an appealingly loose, relaxed confidence.” — Pitchfork

“Pretty much every line is genius” — Paper Magazine

“The record is very, very good.” — The FADER

“Digs even deeper into a jaded melancholia that they only scratched the surface of on their debut.” — Stereogum

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