Shame follows in the uncompromising footsteps of musicians and writers like The Fall, the personality of Television and Irvine Welsh, combining their wide-eyed observations with a willingness to challenge themselves and their audience. Among the first of the wave of British bands reinterpreting post-punk in the late 2010s and early 2020s, the south London band's 2018 debut album 'Songs of Praise' - recorded when they were barely twenty years old - bridged the gap between the personal and the political with plenty of wit and anger. Shame broadened their horizons with 2021's "Drunk Tank Pink", which explored the louder, softer side of their music while flirting with dance-punk. This year at MEO Kalorama, they will arrive with the album "Food for Worms", where their energy explores even broader directions without losing intensity.

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