Following the release of their acclaimed second album Drunk Tank Pink (‘Drunk Tank Pink’ confirms shame’s status as one of the most exciting bands at the forefront of British music. – NME) on 15th January 2021, via Dead Oceans, shame proudly present Live in the Flesh – a live film directed by Molten Jets.
Recorded at Brixton Electric, the film captures a signature, impassioned shame live performance – something which the band first became known for and never fail to deliver.
But Live in the Flesh isn’t your ordinary livestream – the viewer is granted exclusive backstage access with the band ahead of their performance, to witness the behind-the-scenes inner workings of what makes a shame live show so special.
The live film comprises of performances of seven tracks from Drunk Tank Pink, alongside a running narrative, including current BBC 6 Music A-listed single ‘Nigel Hitter’.
On Live in the Flesh, the band state:
“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.”