On Sept. 11, 2020, Uniform will bring Shame to the world. The band's fourth full-length has 8 songs in total and will be released on Sacred Bones. It features new drummer Mike Sharp.
A new single, "Delco," was recently shared, with vocalist Michael Berdan explaining its origin:
During my adolescence I would get routinely picked on and beat up by some of the kids in the neighborhood who I desperately wanted to like me. The more beatings I caught, the more I’d go back to try and impress them. My self esteem was nonexistent and I developed psychological calluses. I learned to repeat some of the behaviors that had been leveled my way on those beneath me in the pecking order. In time, I became numb. Getting older and attempting to reconcile with personal demons surrounding depression, anxiety and substance abuse has forced me to take a long, hard look at my childhood. In the process I've realized to degrees just how I've perpetuated learned cycles of harm. A terrified part of me is still a little kid in Delco. This song is an exercise in trying to come to terms with these ghosts and let go. Some days are better than others.
Uniform's last studio album was The Long Walk in 2018, followed by two collaborations with The Body, and Live at the End of the World earlier this year.
Shame Track Listing:
1 - Delco
2 - The Shadow of God’s Hand
3 - Life in Remission
4 - Shame
5 - All We’ve Ever Wanted
6 - Dispatches from the Gutter
7 - This Won’t End Well
8 - I Am the Cancer
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