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Chastity Releases Video For New Track Heaven Hell Anywhere Else

Wednesday, 11 July 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Jesse Herzog

Chastity has shared a video for Heaven Hell Anywhere Else.

It is the latest track to be lifted from Brandon Williams' forthcoming LP, 'Death Lust', which is due out on July 13 through Captured Tracks.

Speaking about the song, he said:

'Heaven Hell Anywere Else' is the most death-dreaming song on the record. I've been reading about how chemical our pleasure and happiness is. The feeling of pleasure just being dopamine, happiness serotonin. 'Who laced my days with pain?' I'm talking about imbalance of these things and feeling caught on the other side as though a God, someone or something, may be culpable. But, maybe it's just these chemicals that hold that massive power over us, 'serotonin don't let me go'. The video is just about dead cops, burning their bodies in a church and going to the town fair with some friends."

Chastity will support MOURN on their upcoming North American tour, which kicks off on July 18 at Baby's All Right in Brooklyn and conclude at Toronto's Great Wavelength Festival on August 18.





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