ART’S COOL ARE PSYCHED TO PRESENT:
“A trojan horse of unapologetic feminism” – NPR
In 2010, Gretchen Grimm, Lydia Lund, Julia Shapiro, and Annie Truscott—four bored friends at Whitman College, in Walla Walla, Washington—formed a band and, with a certain irony, called themselves Chastity Belt. Revelling in a loose and uninhibited sound (they called it “neo-post-post-punk”) on songs like “Pussy Weed and Beer” and “Giant Vagina,” they were a hit with the fraternity-party crowd. They’ve since graduated, moved to Seattle, and cleaned up nicely. Their second album, “Time to Go Home,” maintained the fun-loving sex-positive approach with tracks like “Cool Slut” while also acknowledging the complexities of life.
+ supports tbc