Canadian rocker Chastity sheds light to the racism that is prevalent in law enforcement in his new video “Children.” Directed by Justin Singer, “Children” cinematographically captures the gory violence of police brutality with stunning aesthetics. It’s an unfiltered glimpse into the vicious cycle of racism and hatred where we also witness the response of unity and persistence from the new generation. The track is a zealous rock piece that has the spiky bursts of metal elements and dark shades of punk:
Brandon Williams is the maestro behind Chastity who also wrote, casted and produced the video. “This is a close up on the practice of institutional racism that’s revealed itself in my hometown by members of the police. John, Christian and Michael Theriault, Toronto and Durham police are a threat to public safety. Black Lives Matter. How much do black lives matter to police?” Brandon shared.
“Children” is from Chastity’s upcoming album Death Lust, which will be out on July 13th via Captured Tracks.
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