cne-ridden angry youths exuding genuine violence and teenage intimidation, these thift-store pub rockers took cheap suits and council estate pride in their evocation of Dr Feelgood’s angry R’n’B.
Producing one of the most riveting performances I’ve witnessed, the lead singer swaggered and strutted his way through a jaw clenching set of pounding energy. Starving fans of visceral rock take note, Shame are delivering the goods.
– Kailas, carbo-loading on Shame’s performance supporting The Fall at The Garage, Islington
25th April 2016, The Garage Islington: The Fall, Phobophobes, Shame
The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. – Aristotle