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Writhing with the shadows in your peripheral vision, the new single from Projector is an unnerving, snake-hipped stomp.

Projector - ‘I Am Shamed’

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Projector - ‘I Am Shamed’

Writhing with the shadows in your peripheral vision, the new single from Projector is an unnerving, snake-hipped stomp.

So good it needs two launch parties, Projectors' latest, 'I Am Shamed' is so filthy you'll turn it off when your mum walks in.

 

Desperate vocals howl over the insatiable bass line, while otherworldly guitars rattle the bars of their cages. And while these simple riffs layer up into a crashing stalkers' obsession; the drums casually unhinge.

Bassist Lucy tells us, “'I Am Shamed' was written with the express purpose of creating the perfect end of set banger and Edward forced himself out of his comfort zone with swaggery verses and lots of shouting. We also worked pretty tirelessly on creating our ultimate breakdown - Demelza's drum part ensures that anyone dancing at this point in the set would have to stop and look awkward because you can't dance in this time signature.”

Sounds like a challenge to me.

 

'I Am Shamed' is out 20/07/18 via our good friends over at Roadkill Records and you can see Projector live at the below dates:

15/07/18 - Latitude Festival, Suffolk
19/07/18 - The Green Door Store, Brighton (single launch)
20/07/18 - The Shacklewell Arms, London (single launch)
01/08/18 - Camden Assembly, London

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