Following their sold-out residency at London’s St. Moritz club in Soho, Storms have announced a run of October dates for their UK Undress Tour.

The 90s Britpop-tinged four piece, who combine lazy grunge melodies with huge, thrashing sing-along choruses, have also revealed a live session for their latest single ‘Shame‘.

According to songwriter and guitarist, Felix Howes, ‘Shame’ is “a song about all the things we’ve done that make our skin crawl, when we think back on them…the song tells the stories of a sex-addicted husband and a mother forced into prostitution. I think it’s screwed up how the act of physical love can be survival for one party and the downfall of another, all at the same time.”

Storms are signed to Manchester’s MUK Records and completed by George Runciman (lead singer/guitarist), Felix Howes (guitarist), Yacob Andersen (bass) and Gary Lee (drums).

Catch them live next month on the Undress Tour, and download ‘Shame’ now for free.

October
19 – Crofters Rights, Bristol
20 – Soup Kitchen, Manchester
21 – Firebug, Leicester
23 – Broadcast, Glasgow
24 – The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
25 – The Hope and Ruin, Brighton
26 – Lexington, London

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Words: Emily Jukes