Fiery post-punk with feisty attitude!
London fivesome shame (with lowercase s) built, in no time at all, a reputation as one of the most dynamic and exciting live acts of the United Kingdom. Billy Bragg noticed too: he soon personally invited the twenty-somethings to come play on the Left Field Stage at Glastonbury.
Their radical sound à la Fat White Family and Sleaford Mods is peppered with boisterousness and political lyrics. Following on from their ***** debut ‘Songs Of Praise’ and successor ‘Drunk Tank Pink’ , there is now the literally very vital ‘Food For Worms’, their “Lamborghini of shamerecords”.
Tip: be here on time for the American “anglophile” hip-hoppers of They Hate Change, from Florida, as support-act!