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- Nov 10Nov10Find ticketsWed 19:00Birmingham The Mill - BirminghamShame
- Nov 12Nov12Find ticketsFri 19:00Electric Brixton - LondonShameLow Availability
- Nov 13Nov13Find ticketsSat 18:30Electric Brixton - LondonShame
- Nov 15Nov15Mon 18:00Chalk, Brighton - BrightonShameOn partner siteFind tickets Chalk, Brighton - BrightonShameNov 15 18:00Find ticketsOn partner site
- Nov 16Nov16Tue 19:30Waterfront - NorwichShameOn partner siteFind tickets Waterfront - NorwichShameNov 16 19:30Find ticketsOn partner site
- Nov 19Nov19Find ticketsFri 19:00Leeds Beckett Student Union - LeedsShame
- Nov 21Nov21Find ticketsSun 19:00Boiler Shop - Newcastle upon TyneShameOn partner site
- Nov 21Nov21Find ticketsSun 19:00Boiler Shop - Newcastle upon TyneShame
- Nov 23Nov23Tue 19:00Cambridge Junction - CambridgeShameOn partner siteFind tickets Cambridge Junction - CambridgeShameNov 23 19:00Find ticketsOn partner site
- Nov 24Nov24Find ticketsWed 19:00O2 Ritz Manchester - ManchesterShameOn partner site
- Nov 24Nov24Find ticketsWed 19:00O2 Ritz Manchester - ManchesterShame
- Nov 25Nov25Thu 19:30Hangar 34 - LiverpoolShameOn partner siteFind tickets Hangar 34 - LiverpoolShameNov 25 19:30Find ticketsOn partner site
Urgent South London post-punk
Comprising vocalist Charlie Steen, guitarists Sean Coyle-Smith and Eddie Green, bassist Josh Finerty, and drummer Charlie Forbes, Shame formed at school in 2014. The band quickly made Brixton pub The Queen's Head their headquarters, meeting British rockers Fat White Family and beginning a touring a schedule to support them alongside the likes of The Garden and Slaves.
Releasing their debut The Lick/Gold Hole single in 2016, Shame signed to Dead Oceans for the release of their debut album Songs Of Praise in 2018. Also including singles Tasteless, Concrete and One Rizla, the album rose to No.32 on the official UK chart. In January 2020, the band revealed that they were working on their sophomore follow-up.
Later that year, Shame unveiled new single Alphabet accompanied by a Tegen Williams directed video. "Alphabet is a direct question, to the audience and the performer, on whether any of this will ever be enough to reach satisfaction," frontman Steen said, revealing the track. Alongside the song, Shame also announced a headline London show. In early 2021, the band shared details of more shows across the UK in November including a second homecoming show.
Shame announced a UK tour from 9 – 26 November 2021.
Shame will be performing in the following cities in 2021:
- London (for two shows)
- Manchester (for two shows)
Tickets for Shame's 2021 UK tour are on sale now.