The Walk Of Shame with Warmduscher

The London post-punk band soundtrack the bleary-eyed walks home...

The Walk Of Shame with Warmduscher

The London post-punk band soundtrack the bleary-eyed walks home...

London-based collective Warmduscher's punk-funk sonics have made them a regular fixture at Leaf Records, racking up three EPs and an album for the label, as well as outings on Trashmouth Records and Speedy Wunderground. Formed in 2014, the group is made up of various members of different bands including Fat White Family, Childhood and two members of machine wizards Paranoid London; Clams Baker Jr fronts the band on vocals with Quinn Walley on electronics, then you have Fat White's Adam Harmer on guitar and ex-drummer Jack Everett, with Childhood bassist Ben Romans-Hopcraft rounding it off.

After making waves with their Whale City album last year the group are now gearing up for the release of their follow up LP Tainted Lunch, as well as a UK tour which will see them take rock up at various venues across the country including Manchester's White Hotel, the Hare & Hounds in Birmingham as well as a special date next March at London institution Heaven. 

Here they soundtrack the different stages of a situation we all know too well; those bleary eyed walks home at an ungodly hour...

"It’s something we all do in Warmduscher, regularly. I’m not talking about anything sexual either. I’m talking about crawling out from depths at 7am into a world that exists to blind and shame. There is hope though, there’s always hope. I will give some to you..."


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Lee Tracey - Until You Were Gone

When you first come to terms with the walk, you really have to resign yourself to how that feels. You have to sit in it and soak it up. Lee Tracey is all about it. The piano, backing vocals - all molten shame. Deeply triumphant. 

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