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Gaining praise for their debut album Songs Of Praise, and reaffirming their success with their atmospheric 2021 follow up Drunk Tank Pink, Shame are one of the front runners of the British post-punk scene. Their noisy and energised performances have pinned their live content as a staple piece of the band, as they riotously cannon through their catalogue.

Having garnered recognition from articles like NME and Clash, it is clear that Shame have intention of making an impact on the genre. With the Guardian referring to them as ‘Britain’s most exciting new band’, Shame make no false promises about their desire to provide a feverish and exhilarating performance to the stage.

As they arrive at Newcastle’s beloved Boiler Shop on Sunday 21st November, the band are poised to deliver a dynamic and enthused rendition of their hits. With no signs of slowing down, Shame’s legacy can only blossom from this point onwards and fans of the punk quintet should jump at the opportunity to catch that passion at such an established North East venue.

Shame play Boiler Shop, Newcastle on Sunday 21st November


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