Watch Shame present ‘Live In The Flesh’ live film

Shame present ‘Live In The Flesh’ live film

Recorded at Brixton Electric.

Following the release of their second album ‘Drunk Tank Pink’, Shame are sharing a new live film ‘Live in the Flesh’, directed by Molten Jets.

Recorded at Brixton Electric, the film contains some lols behind-the-scenes pre-show moments, alongside seven tracks from ‘Drunk Tank Pink’.

As the band say, “Flesh has never felt more real than it has in this new blockbuster documentary, shame - live in the flesh. The hits are heavy, the misses are frequent, and the screenplay is near perfection.”

Revisit our chat with Shame from our February issue, and check out the full below.

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