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Chat Pile Release New Song ‘Cut’

Chat Pile have announced a new split EP with Kansas City’s Nerver called Brothers in Christ. The four-track record is out April 14 via Reptilian/The Ghost Is Clear. Today, Chat Pile have shared the first single from it, ‘Cut’, which frontman Raygun Busch says was inspired by Stephen King. Listen to it and check out the EP’s artwork and tracklist below.

“‘Cut’ is an homage to the short fiction of King, particularly ‘The Man Who Loved Flowers,’ ‘Strawberry Spring,’ and ‘The Jaunt’,” Busch explained in a statement. Bassist Stin added, “These tracks were written and recorded after we tracked God’s Country. We wanted to use this release as a deliberate excuse to switch gears and fully lean into our more indie and alt-rock tendencies. Slint, Sonic Youth, Guided By Voices, and Starfish’s Stellar Sonic Solutions were certainly on our minds at the time.”

Brothers in Christ Cover Artwork:

Brothers in Christ Tracklist:

1. Nerver – ‘Kicks In The Sky’
2. Nerver – ‘The Nerve’
3. Chat Pile – ‘King’
4. Chat Pile – ‘Cut’

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