Fort Shame – Double Wide

Fort Shame brings together the collective talents of two Columbus Ohio songwriters Sue Harshe and Todd May, who share vocal duties on their debut full length album Double Wide. Harshe was a co-founder of post-punk outfit Scrawl and May a mainstay of the Lilybandits, after a period of laying low May picked up his guitar playing solo shows and touring and recording with Beat Surrender favourite Lydia Loveless whilst Harshe spent her time scoring silent films before the two came together in 2007 eventually forming Fort Shame with rhythm section George Hondroulis (Drums) and Jamey Ball (Bass), ten original tracks and a cover of the Ass Ponys track Dead Fly the Birds, here’s a track each from the two songwriters that reflect their individual musical heritage – all-in-all an excellent collection and well worth checking out.

01 Someone Turned Her Inside Out

02 One For The Ages

Buy at Peloton Records

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