Starting the year off with a bang, irreverent rockers Chastity Belt announced

Starting the year off with a bang, irreverent rockers Chastity Belt announced

Starting the year off with a bang, irreverent rockers Chastity Belt announced today it has signed to Sub Pop imprint Hardly Art, home to lady-fronted groups like TacocaT and La Luz. The four piece made up of guitarists Julia Shapiro and Lydia Lund, bassist Annie Truscott, and drummer Gretchen Grimm will release their second full-length album, Time to Go Home, on March 24.

We’ve enjoyed following the band’s rise and are stoked to see them in good company among their new labelmates. Take a listen to the band’s title single here and check out some of our Chazzy coverage over the past few years. Not a shabby way to start 2015, no regerts indeed.

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