The release of their new album ‘Jumpstart Hope’ is just a matter of days away now, and InMe have shared one final taste of what’s to come by sharing a new song called ‘Shame’.
It acts as the fifth single and closing track of the soon-to-be-released record, and this is what frontman Dave McPherson confessed to it being about.
“The whole of ‘Jumpstart Hope’ is very open and honest, but ‘Shame’ is particularly profound and poignant, ending the album on an insane beast that brutally addresses my personal feelings of shame. It’s something we’ve all felt at some point in our lives, for whatever reason, but it can be haunting.
One thing I think I would say is that there is no shame in turning to others when you need help… if anything, there is an incredible strength to this, as it’s not always easy to do. I’m very proud of both the album and this song in particular, which is why it’s the fifth single we’re releasing from the record. We hope you enjoy the full experience when it hits!”
You can listen to ‘Shame’ below.
The band’s seventh album, ‘Jumpstart Hope’, is out on January 17th 2020 via Killing Moon Records.