Asheville, North Carolina-based post-punk quintet Secret Shame are poised to unleash their debut, self-titled EP next month. The EP, which is due out on July 14 via Error Records, features six brooding tracks rife with gloomy melodies and atmospheric melancholia. The group’s sound is clearly influenced by the post-punk/goth scenes of the 80s, but is also possesses a modern twist on the whole genre. It’s energetic, moody, catchy and is something that those who wear all black year round will fawn over.
In anticipation of its impending release, Svbterranean is excited to bring you an exclusive stream of the EP’s closing track, “Father Take”. Driving rhythms walk hand-in-hand with ethereal synths and chilling atmospheres on this four-minute stormer. The song is also spearheaded by frontwoman Lena Machina, whose icy vocals and earworm refrains enhances its memorability.
Check out the track below and pre-order the EP here.