Band have previously shared 'Concrete' and 'Femen'
Crystal Castles have shared another new track, after the release of previous songs ‘Concrete’ and ‘Femen’.
The track titled ‘CHAR’ is reportedly taken from their forthcoming album, which is rumored to be out on August 19.
Original singer Alice Glass was replaced by Edith Frances in 2015, following Glass’ departure in 2014. Kath has said that Glass did not contribute lyrics or vocals to some of their biggest songs.
Glass recently gave details of her forthcoming solo album, with the singer claiming that she was “frustrated” and “desperate” throughout her career with Ethan Kath.
“For the majority of my career I was conflicted,” she revealed. “I would go onstage and show this aggressive, angry side of myself. It was an expression of my frustration and desperation. It was a way for me to communicate what I was going through without having to explain anything offstage, because I didn’t want to be seen as vulnerable. It was a way to be confrontational when in my personal life I felt like my feelings weren’t respected. It was deeply miserable.”
She added: “I felt like I was lying to my fans even though my way of speaking out was the most honest expression which I had available to me at the time. Now I feel like I’m finally learning to use my voice.”
You can listen to ‘CHAR’ below.