Shambolics Release Banger ‘Sharp As A Razor’

Shambolics, the five piece from Fife, have released their brand new single ‘Sharp As A Razor’. The track is available to listen to on Spotify!

Over time, Shambolics have impressed numerous audiences and have found themselves a popular act amongst the Scottish indie scene. At an exciting time for the band, they have released their special new single ahead of their explosive slot at TRNSMT festival next week.

From beginning to end, Shambolics share their unique indie sound that fans and listeners alike have grown to love. The incredible back up harmonies with the absolutely perfect timing of instrument clashes makes this the perfect addition to any feel good playlist!

When discussing the track, Shambolics said:

‘We wanted to write a proper thumping tune that would go down a storm live but still keep a bit of simplicity & swagger about it. The song is pretty much about not caring what people think or say about you. The chorus lyrics are a little nod to the g.o.a.t Muhammad Ali. We took inspiration from a rhyme he would use on the build-up to his fight against Joe Frazier.’

The upbeat melody will have you up on your feet in no time at all. The lyrics of the chorus describe being carefree, with an all round feel good vibe.

As well as the upcoming TRNSMT festival, Shambolics are also taking centre stage on their own tour later this month and into October. Tickets are selling fast with many dates already sold out. You can find the dates below:

3rd September – Falkirk, Vibration Festival

24th September – Glasgow, Playground Festival

25th– Stockton On Tees, Gathering Sounds Festival

25th– Stockton On Tees, Gathering Sounds Festival

2nd October – Liverpool, Sound City Festival

7th October – Edinburgh, The Caves (SOLD OUT)

8th October – Aberdeen, Cafe Drummond (SOLD OUT)

9th October – Dundee, The Church (SOLD OUT)

5th November- London, Old Blue Last

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