Stream Childbirth’s Women’s Rights in full

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The women of Childbirth like their protest with a bit of levity, or at least that’s what Women’s Rights would lead us to believe. The Seattle trio consisting of members of Chastity Belt, Tacocat, and Pony Time have blessed us with three tracks already from their debut full length (“Let’s Be Bad“, “How Do Girls Even Do It?” and “Nasty Grrls”), and now they’ve offered up the entire recording to stream in advance of its release. With those songs as a precursor, you’ll likely be unfazed to hear that their particular list of rule-breaking includes: springing on dessert, being late for work, ordering white wines, wearing skirts that barely fit, and impulsive use of Tinder. While the band definitely comes from a place of humor and the cover features a rubber gloved hand holding a glass of wine, pinky out no less, it should not take away from the seriousness of the topics they discuss. It’s OK to think about serious topics with a smile on your face. Just ask Childbirth.

Women’s Rights comes out October 2 on Suicide Squeeze. You can stream it below, and check out Childbirth’s guest selections in this week’s Week In Pop.