Shame are currently touring their five-star debut album ‘Songs Of Praise’ across pretty much every festival going, and took their Standon Calling set this weekend just gone as an opportunity to debut a brand new song.
The band had been playing a previously untitled new track live across their headline tour for the album earlier in the year - the track is now believed to be called ‘Human, For A Minute’ - and have now shared another work in progress from the ‘Songs Of Praise’ follow-up, which is currently untitled.
A slower, more reflective cut than the chaos that often appears on their debut, the track sees Charlie Steen waxing lyrical over a slow and steady tangle of guitars.
Shame’s festival tour continues in earnest - they play this weekend’s Bestival, before taking to the main stage of Reading & Leeds next month, and then embarking on headline tours of the UK, US and Europe.
View their upcoming UK headline dates and watch the performance of the new song below.
Re-visit our on the road feature with Shame here.
Shame play Bestival (2nd - 5th August), Ypsigrock (9th - 12th August) and Electric Fields (30th August - 1st September) where DIY is an official media partner. Tickets are on sale now. Visit diymag.com/presents for more information.
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