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Food For Worms

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Turning their collective lens outwards, shame have evolved beyond their post-punk beginnings into a hive of extrospective electricity where the song comes befor...

Drunk Tank Pink (deluxe edition)

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There are moments on Drunk Tank Pink where you almost have to reach for the sleeve to check this is the same band who made 2018’s Songs Of Praise.

Song Of Praise (love record stores 2021)

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Drunk Tank Pink

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We liked their debut a lot.

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relatives in descent

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Churning, dissident and prone to cathartic eruptions, these shop heroes truly surpass themselves on this post-punk masterpiece.


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Snarling and gnarly wit-punk - an explosive debut that’s barely left our shop stereo - Hang on to something, it’s about to get wild! The Bristol...


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the ever evolving canadian band have delivered another thrilling set of dark, brooding & superbly executed post-punk.
songs of praise
  1. Dust On Trial
  2. Concrete
  3. One Rizla
  4. The Lick
  5. Tasteless
  6. Donk
  7. Gold Hole
  8. Friction
  9. Lampoon
  10. Angie


songs of praise

Dead Oceans
  • LP + download

    Released: 12th Jan 2018

  • cd

    Released: 12th Jan 2018


their debut lp seethes with a crackling post-punk intensity throughout, marrying caustic, razor-edged musicality with emotive melodies, dripping with sincere outrage.

the London-based five-piece built the band up from a foundation of DIY ethos while citing The Fall and Wire among its biggest musical influences. they carved out a niche in the South London music scene and then barrelled fearlessly into the angular, thrashing post-punk that would go on to make up this debut. From “Gold Hole,” a tongue-in-cheek takedown of rock narcissism, to lead single “Concrete” detailing the overwhelming moment of realising a relationship is doomed, to the frustrated “Tasteless” taking aim at the monotony of people droning through their day-to-day, it never pauses to catch its breath. we recommend for fans of protomartyr, idles or preoccupations. “noisy but thoughtful, and frenzied but melodic” 8/10 – uncut.