Shame make an undeniable statement of intent on new track ‘Snow Day’

‘Drunk Tank Pink’, their hotly anticipated second album, is out on January 15th.

Shame have continued the march to their anticipated second album with new track ‘Snow Day’.

An unravelling and constantly shifting track, it showcases the growth and unmistakable aura that surrounds shame, and shows why so many are chomping at the bit for brand new album ‘Drunk Tank Pink’.

Speaking about the track, lead singer Charlie Steen says: “A lot of this album focuses on the subconscious and dreams, this song being the pivotal moment of these themes. A song about love that is lost and the comfort and displeasure that comes after you close your eyes, fall into sleep, and are forced to confront yourself.”

‘Drunk Tank Pink’, that anticipated second album, is set to land on January 15th. Shame will head out on a huge socially-distanced tour in February to mark it all, before a homecoming show at London’s Electric Brixton on April 22nd.

Check out ‘Snow Day’.

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