Shame are streaming their Live In The Flesh concert film

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“The hits are heavy, the misses are frequent, and the screenplay is near perfection,” Shame said of their concert film.

Shame have made Live In The Flesh available to stream digitally ahead of its vinyl release on June 12th for Record Store Day.

Before the socially distanced tour of the UK which starts next month, this appearance at the Brixton Electric has been the main live duty for the band around their second studio album Drunk Tank Pink.

“The dichotomy of pleasing/provoking audiences who are here for one thing and might not much enjoy the other is dealt with typical honesty by Shame on opener Alphabet, Steen spitting out, ‘Don’t forget your P’s and Q’s/Please smile when we tell you to’, over screaming, stressed guitars,” our review reads.

“At times it’s hard to escape the impression of being dragged into one of his nightmares; Great Dog’s two minutes of messy sonic harassment feels like being bitten by one, while Snow Day lunges from precision menace to atonal noise and back again.”

Live In The Flesh tracklist:

Born In Luton
Nigel Hitter
Water in the Well
6/1
Harsh Degrees
Human, for a Minute
Snow Day



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