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  • Angry post-Brexit punk rock

You’d think they’d come straight out of nineties London. The group Shame did in fact cut their teeth in the streets of Brixton. But with an average age of only nineteen, the quintet can barely remember the end of the 20th century. But in spite of that, you could well imagine this new Brit phenomenon in the pub having a drink with The Smiths, The Clash, Joy Division and other cult groups from over the Channel. A flamboyant punk rock with hoarse vocals, palpable tension and nervy riffs. Between feverish live concerts and a few provocative slogans hurled at the audience, these somewhat possessed boys from South London let their youth, their hormones and the beer do the talking. We just love bad boys like them.

In collaboration with ETEP.