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ELLE KING RETURNS WITH "SHAME"

Elle King has released the first track and a video from her upcoming RCA release. In the video for “Shame,” she plays a cult leader in Los Angeles. (No shortage of those in town, but none are as musical).

“‘Shame’ is a cool lead track because I get to be a little naughty and because it’s super-fun to play with [her band] The Brethren,” she says. “There are some new sounds both on the album and in how we are working the songs up for our shows. Horns! Who doesn’t love horns?”

King co-wrote “Shame” with Tim Pagnotta, who produced the single. She'll perform “Shame” on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Wednesday.

 

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