This discusses the sexist ‘shame’ that follows menstruation and the effect this shame has on campaigns trying to tackle period poverty.
Freya Martin reflects on shame’s latest single ‘Water in the Well,’ as well as their upcoming 2021 album and tour.
“Enjoy yourselves.” Shame’s effervescent frontman, Charlie Steen, encourages a packed crowd in LUU’s Stylus to do as such innumerable times throughout their dynamic, high-powered set. Perhaps it was sheer will power from the amount of […]
There’s no getting around the fact that the crowd at Leeds Festival was very young. It’s been that way for years, with the festival gaining the reputation of being what The Guardian called a “GCSE […]
Causing havoc up and down the country, post-punk band Shame know how to put on a show. Starting out playing in South London pubs at the age of 17, three years on their success is […]
Following self-released 2013 EP Scout, Petal has finally released their debut Shame, an album that wears its heart on its sleeve, is packed with genuine lyrics, and boasts an honest sound. There is a feeling […]