Photos: Shame at Scala

  • Photos: Shame at Scala
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Voted as our Ones To Watch and Artist Spotlight, South Londoners Shame bring their post-punk and aggressive rock to the Scala. If you have a chance to see them live the entirely unhinged nature of their shows is a marvellous thing.

Scala is a marvellous venue by King’s Cross Station that has four tiers, making it the perfect venue for someone that has huge potential like Shame.

Hotel Lux and The Rhythm Method put in a great performance that got everyone in the room pumped to see Shame bursting out onto the stage.

© All photos taken by Chloe Ackers for IndieCentralMusic.