Chastity shares new video for ‘Flames’

Chastity press photo
Photo credit: Amanda Fotes

Whitby, Ontario’s Chastity has shared a new video from their upcoming album, ‘Home Made Satan’. Flames is the prequel to visuals for The Girls I Know Don’t Think So and Sun Poisoning, shot from the perspective of a young boy taking in the world around him. This scene takes place in the midst of a bourgeoisie dinner party where he watches a man’s infidelity unfold. Watch the video clip from Flames via YouTube below.

The new video arrives ahead of their North American Fall tour with DIIV starting October 12th in Phoenix.

‘Home Made Satan,’ due September 13th via Dine Alone Records and Captured Tracks, is the second instalment of a building trilogy, bringing a pop sensibility to the band’s catalog following their acclaimed 2018 debut ‘Death Lust’. Recorded over the course of a couple weeks with his full live band in a small studio in London, Ontario, between a European tour with Fucked Up and a seven-week North American tour, Williams crafted an emotional and political concept record meant to capture voices that often go unrepresented. Williams wrote and compiled the album as if he was scoring a film, aiming to match the sounds on the album to the vision in his mind.

Chastity’s ‘Home Made Satan’ will be released on September 13th via Dine Alone Records and Captured Tracks. It’s available for preorder here.

* = w/ DIIV


1. Flames
2. Dead Relatives
3. Spirit Meetup
4. Sun Poisoning
5. Anxiety
6. Last Year’s Lust
7. Bliss
8. The Girls I Know Don’t Think So
9. I Still Feel The Same
10. Strife

Tour dates
9/7 – Toronto, ON  – Matty Fest
10/12 – Phoenix, AZ – The Rebel Lounge *
10/14 – Austin, TX – Mohawk *
10/15 – Houston, TX – Satellite *
10/16 – Dallas, TX – Canton Hall *
10/18 – Chicago, IL – Logan Square Auditorium *
10/19 – Detroit, MI – Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit *
10/20 – Cleveland, OH – Phantasy *
10/22 – Boston, MA – Paradise *
10/23 – Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts *
10/24 – Brooklyn, NY – Warsaw *
10/27 – Washington, DC – Black Cat *