Release video for new track ‘Shame’
Available NOW as a free download
Storms have revealed the dark and disquieting video to their new track ‘Shame’ with the song also available as a free download from their website.
As the name suggests, ‘Shame’ drifts between enchantingly melancholic stomping verses and an anthemic chorus, showing us why they stand tall at the front of an emerging Brit grunge scene with 90’s indie melodies and Seattle-driven guitars creating their own unique blend of hypnotic pop and grunge.
‘Shame’ follows on from the release of their highly praised debut track ‘Girl’, which saw the band receive instant acclaim, winning over fans at press and radio alike, alongside their fast-growing live following.
15th August: This Feeling, King Tuts, Glasgow.
28th Aug: Blow Up Club Residency, St Moritz, London.“It’s hard not to fall for Storms after you hear their charming track. What ostensibly starts as a melodic slacker gem in the vein of Mac De Marco quickly evolves into a Nirvana-style thrash, and then back again.” – NME
“The dream of the 90s is alive with Storms, who resurrect sloppy, riff-driven grunge rock” – Notion
“With wrenching, scathing vocals and the splicing of Britpop and American College rock riffs, Storms are painting themselves as a band ready to take on the world, one song at a time” – Disorder
“[Girl]… fronts an upbeat melody layered with a heartfelt croon, made raw by a scuzzy 90s’s grunge undertone.” – Wonderland
“A sweetly more-ish blend of gauzy pop and 90s grunginess” – Classic Rock
“Heavy guitars, sweet melodies and psychedelic glow” – Louder Than War
“starting off on a Weezeresque melody and effortlessly building to a soul soaked scuzz filled refrain that’s nothing short of anthemic… it would seem the nineties noise-pop pioneers are creating quite the storm” – London On The Inside