Chat Pile Premiere New Song “Cut”

Chat Pile have premiered a new song titled “Cut.” This track will appear on the band’s new split release with Nerver, which will be available on April 14. Chat Pile bassist Austin Tackett commented:

“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. ‘Cut‘ is an homage to the short fiction of [Stephen] King, particularly ‘The Man Who Loved Flowers‘, ‘Strawberry Spring‘ and ‘The Jaunt‘.”

Chat Pile Premiere “Tropical Beaches, Inc.” Music Video

Chat Pile have premiered a new video for their song “Tropical Beaches, Inc.” This track is from the band’s latest album “God’s Country.” The group commented:

“‘Tropical Beaches, Inc.‘ is a favorite among the band, and probably the song that’s the most fun to play live. It has some of the dumbest riffs on the whole album and we gleefully lose a couple brain cells every time we play it. The song itself is about the poisonous quest for endless wealth and status in America as seen through the eyes of late MLM pitchman Don Lapre. The Twyford-Rigleys worked out their own incredible interpretation of the song with this labor of love and managed to capture the spirit behind ‘Tropical Beaches, Inc.’ in their own very cool way. We absolutely love the DIY, midnight-movie vibe of the video, which speaks to our deep-cut VHS loving hearts!”