NYC's own Emily Duff recently released a new track entitled "Shame." Penned by Duff and recorded in Brooklyn at Excello Recording and engineered by Excello owner Hugh Pool (who also plays harmonica and slide guitar), "Shame" - about that emotion we've all felt one time or another - is a slow burning rocker led by Duff's grainy vocals, harmonica, and plenty of bluesy guitar riffs.
"SHAME I KNOW THAT PAIN
STANDING ON THE FRONT PORCH WATCHING YOU DRIVE AWAY
WE DON'T HAVE TO SAY
NOTHIN’ ABOUT WHAT WE DID YESTERDAY "
Listen and Purchase "Shame" HERE
The B Side to “SHAME” is a cover of one of Duff's favorite songs, “SYLVIA’S MOTHER,” written by Shel Silverstein. Check it out HERE.
Catch Duff live at Cowgirl in NYC January 15th
Duff is headed back to FAME in Muscle Shoals, AL to make her new full length record in the Spring. Check out her GoFundMe link here: https://www.gofundme.com/manhattan-to-muscle-shoals-take-2