In this episode we're listening to the second album released by shame, a post-punk band from south London. We'll talk about the tension between isolation and crowdedness and how Shame balance these two opposing forces.
Drunk Tank Pink is a remarkable step forward by shame, who paint a taut picture of isolation and introspection in this sophomore release. Written in self-imposed isolation, recorded during the isolation enforced by a global pandemic, this album succeeds at making you feel claustrophobic and exhausted while still challenging you to look deeper.
You can oscillate between sonic overload and sonic isolation by listening to Drunk Tank Pink on all major streaming platforms and at shamebanduk.bandcamp.com.
Pop Filter is produced in Victoria, BC on WSANEC and Lkwungen land. You can follow Pop Filter on all major podcast locations and at popfilter.ca!
What is Pop Filter?
Hi there, welcome to Pop Filter! Welcome to Pop Filter! Pop Filter is an oral review of new albums, with the aim of digging into what makes an album tick and worth giving a listen to. We’re here to listen to some of the latest albums that have dropped so you know which gems catch the ear and highlight just what makes them so cool.