Pop Bands Shame and Disq Bring Sound to August Hall on Oct 2nd


Shame is a five-piece post-punk band from London, England that has taken the music scene by storm with their raw and energetic sound. Their debut album, “Songs of Praise”, received critical acclaim for its powerful lyrics and intense live performances. Shame has been described as one of the most exciting bands to emerge from the UK in recent years and their music is a reflection of their working-class background and rebellious spirit.

With their second album, “Drunk Tank Pink”, Shame has further honed their sound and pushed the boundaries of post-punk. The album features a blend of angular guitars, propulsive drums, and visceral vocals that showcase the band’s ability to create catchy yet complex songs. Tracks like “Nigel Hitter” and “Born in Luton” are standout examples of Shame’s ability to balance aggression and vulnerability, making the album a must-listen for fans of post-punk and indie rock.

Shame’s live performances are a sight to behold, with frontman Charlie Steen often diving into the crowd and inciting mosh pits. The band’s energy and intensity have earned them a devoted fan base and critical praise for their ability to capture the essence of punk rock. Their recent “Drunk Tank Pink” tour was a massive success, and their live shows are not to be missed for anyone looking for an adrenaline-fueled experience. Overall, Shame is a band that is taking the post-punk genre to new heights, and their music is a testament to the enduring power of punk rock.


DISQ, the Wisconsin-based alternative rock group, had all the makings of a band set for global stardom with their debut album, Collector. Backed by revered veteran indie label Saddle Creek, they were receiving positive reviews from notable publications like NME, the Guardian, and Stereogum. Along with their dynamic live performances that were sure to gain a massive following, the band had an international tour scheduled to prove it. The cherry on top was their polished album of rock anthems, produced by legendary producer Rob Schnapf. Despite their hard work, this fresh-faced group couldn’t have predicted the unforeseeable error of releasing their album on March 6th, 2020. The world that DISQ was ready to take over suddenly vanished in a matter of days.



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