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Shame Share New Song “Adderall” and Announce New U.S. Tour Dates

Food For Worms Due Out This Friday via Dead Oceans

Feb 21, 2023

British post-punk band Shame are releasing a new album, Food For Worms, this Friday via Dead Oceans. Now they have shared its third single, “Adderall.” More

Shame Share Video for New Song “Six Pack”

Food For Worms Due Out February 24 via Dead Oceans

Jan 10, 2023

British post-punk band Shame are releasing a new album, Food For Worms, on February 24 via Dead Oceans. Now they have shared its second single, “Six Pack,” via a music video. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Black Belt Eagle Scout, Weyes Blood, Badlands, Andy Shauf, and More

Plus Shame, koleżanka, The Golden Dregs, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Nov 18, 2022

Welcome to the 40th Songs of the Week of 2022. After a few weeks of doing a Songs of the Week every other week, we’re back on the regular weekly schedule now. Although next week we won’t being doing a Songs of the Week because of the Thanksgiving holiday. More

Shame Announce New Album and Tour, Share Video for New Song “Fingers of Steel”

Food For Worms Due Out February 24, 2023 via Dead Oceans

Nov 15, 2022

British post-punk band Shame have announced a new album, Food For Worms, and shared its first single, “Fingers of Steel,” via a video. They have also announced some tour dates. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Beach House, Mitski, A Place to Bury Strangers, Sally Shapiro, and More

Plus Shame, Tame Impala, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Dec 10, 2021

Welcome to the 46th Songs of the Week of 2021. As the Christmas holidays creep in there are fewer new tracks of note to choose from. This week’s list is mainly populated with reliable established artists, rather than new up and comers. More

Dec 09, 2021

Shame have shared a new holiday single, “Baldur’s Gate.” It is the band’s latest holiday release since their 2018 rendition of “Feliz Navidad.” “Baldur’s Gate” is out now via Dead Oceans. More

Nov 05, 2021

Shame have shared a self-directed video for their brand-new single “This Side of the Sun.” It is the band’s first new music since the release of their sophomore album, Drunk Tank Pink. More

Shame – Stream the New Album and Read Our Review of It

Drunk Tank Pink Out Now via Dead Oceans

Jan 15, 2021

British post-punk five-piece Shame have released a new album, Drunk Tank Pink, today via Dead Oceans. Now that the album’s out you can stream the whole thing here. Also, today we posted our review of Drunk Tank Pink. More

6 Best Songs of the Week: Lost Horizons, The Weather Station, Bell Orchestre, and More

Plus Viagra Boys, London Grammar, Shame, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Jan 08, 2021

Welcome to the first Songs of the Week of 2021. And what a week it’s been! More

Shame Share Video for New Song “Nigel Hitter”

Drunk Tank Pink Due Out January 15 via Dead Oceans

Jan 08, 2021

Shame are releasing a new album, Drunk Tank Pink, next Friday (January 15) via Dead Oceans. Now they have shared another song from it, “Nigel Hitter,” via a video for it. More

12 Best Songs of the Last Two Weeks: Thom Yorke, Arlo Parks, Lost Horizons, Goat Girl, and More

Plus U.S. Girls, Arab Strap, Bernice, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Dec 04, 2020

Welcome to the 44th Songs of the Week of 2020. We didn’t do a Songs of the Week last week because of the Thanksgiving holiday, so this week’s list covers the last two weeks and thus it’s a Top 12 rather than a Top 10.

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Shame Share New Song “Snow Day”

Drunk Tank Pink Will Be Out January 15, 2021 on Dead Oceans

Dec 03, 2020

Shame have just shared their new single “Snow Day,” along with a visualizer for the song, which features drone footage shot in the Scottish Borders by Starkie Reay. “Snow Day” will be featured on Shame’s upcoming album Drunk Tank Pink, which will be out January 15, 2021 via Dead Oceans. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Lael Neale, Baio, Dry Cleaning, The Weather Station, and More

Plus Bleachers and Bruce Springsteen, Hannah’s Little Sister, Speed Stick, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Nov 20, 2020

Welcome to the 43rd Songs of the Week of 2020. Whereas last week’s Songs of the Week covered three weeks’ worth of songs, this week we’re back to just covering the last seven days. More

Shame Announce New Album and Share Video for New Song “Water in the Well”

Drunk Tank Pink Due Out January 15, 2021 via Dead Oceans

Nov 18, 2020

London five-piece Shame have announced a new album, Drunk Tank Pink, and shared a new song from it, “Water in the Well,” via a video for it. More

Under the Radar’s Top 25 Debut Albums of 2018

A Soccer Mommy Sends Some Snail Mail to a Flasher, a Goat Girl, and a Serpent with Feet; What a Shame

Dec 21, 2018

Ahead of our forthcoming Top 100 Albums of 2018 list, we present our favorite debut albums of the year. To qualify, an album simply had to be the artist’s first full-length release under their current artist name. More

Nov 07, 2018

Shame are a promising new post-punk five-piece from London. Way back in January they released their debut album, Songs of Praise, via Dead Oceans. Now they have done a Spotify Singles session where they have covered The B-52’s 1979 song “Rock Lobster.” More

Treasure Island Festival 2018 Lineup - Tame Impala, Courtney Barnett, Sharon Van Etten, and More

October San Francisco Festival Also Features A$AP Rocky, Lord Huron, Jungle, Santigold, U.S. Girls, Moses Sumney, Soccer Mommy, and More

May 16, 2018

San Francisco’s Treasure Island Music Festival took a year off in 2017 to find a new festival site. Now it’s back, this time at Oakland’s Middle Harbor Shoreline Park as opposed to the titular Treasure Island. The two-day festival goes down October 13-14. More

Under the Radar Announces Spring 2018 Issue with Courtney Barnett on the Cover

Issue 63 Also Includes Interviews with MGMT, The Decemberists, Belle & Sebastian, The National, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Fleet Foxes, Parquet Courts, Noel Gallagher, Spoon, and More

Mar 28, 2018

Under the Radar is excited to announce the full details of our Spring 2018 Issue, which is out now digitally via Under the Radar’s app and the magazine apps Readly and Zinio. The print version has shipped out to subscribers and stores and will be on all newsstands soon. The issue features Courtney Barnett on the cover. More

Shame Share Video for “Lampoon”

Songs of Praise Out Now on Dead Oceans

Feb 27, 2018

Shame are a promising new post-punk five-piece from London. Last month they released their debut album, Songs of Praise, via Dead Oceans. Now they have shared a video for “Lampoon.” More

6 Best Songs of the Week: Loma, Tame Impala, Björk, Anna Burch, Shame, and More

Plus Noel Gallagher and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Nov 17, 2017

As we get into the holiday season and build up to Thanksgiving next year there were inevitably less new songs of note this week, but there were still enough gems for a Songs of the Week post. We’ve got three songs from upcoming debut albums due out in 2018 and two songs from Tame Impala tied for #2. More



Interviews

Shame on “Food For Worms”

Courage to Slow Down

Nov 13, 2023

Shirtless, bespectacled, and from a hotel room bed, Charlie Steen from UK band Shame is looking a little worse for wear. More

Jun 06, 2018

Springing forth from the fertile South London scene, Shame formed during a long and listless school summer holiday in 2014 and, by chance, ended up rehearsing at The Queen’s Head in Brixton. More


Reviews

Feb 28, 2023

London’s chaotic post-punkers Shame broke minds with the visceral explosion of their debut, Songs of Praise, back in 2018. 2021’s Drunk Tank Pink saw them follow up with even greater intensity and melody, now matched with an intoxicating sense of experimentation, typified by its remarkable lead single “Alphabet.” More

Feb 19, 2018

Appearing initially to ride the jagged crest of the filthy wave created by Fat White Family, South London’s Shame have taken a clutch of influences as sonically and geographically disparate but similar in attitude as The Fall and The Jesus Lizard and created, here on their debut, a personal ocean in which to violently splash.