Published Jul 31, 2019A little over a month away from releasing new album Home Made Satan, Chastity have shared a new single from the effort.
Titled "The Girls I Know Don't Think So," the song arrives alongside a video that builds upon the narrative of their previous clip for "Sun Poisoning." This time around, the young star stands in solidarity with a friend fighting for human rights. You can watch the visuals below.
The single artwork for "The Girls I Know Don't Think So" (seen here) features Marxist revolutionary Alexandra Kollonta. Chastity's Brandon Williams explained how Kollonta influenced the song's concept in a statement:
She was way ahead of her time. She fought for women's equality in the workforce, universal maternity care and women's advancement in education. She won. In 1920, Soviet Russia was the first country in the world to make abortion legal under women's request. Homosexuality was decriminalized, sex work too. This was 100 years ago, it's fucked how long it's taken the rest of the world. Alexandra Kollontai helped to change the lives of millions of people. There may be voices similar to hers out there today. Are we listening?
Home Made Satan arrives September 13 via Dine Alone Records/Captured Tracks.