Shura Announces New Album forevher, Shares New Song: Listen

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Shura, photo by <a href="">Hollie Fernando</a>
Shura, picture by Hollie Fernando

UK-born, New York-based singer/producer Shura has introduced the follow-up to her 2016 debut album Nothing’s Real. The new one is known as forevher and it’s out August 16 by way of Secretly Canadian. Her new single is known as “religion (u can lay your hands on me),” which is out now accompanied by a video from Chloe Wallace. Watch it under. Get bodily editions of forevher here. (Pitchfork could earn a fee from purchases made by means of affiliate hyperlinks on our website.)

forevher consists of Shura’s beforehand shared “BKLYNLDN.” The album, co-produced with Joel Pott, is about Shura’s long-distance relationship along with her girlfriend. The album cowl includes a remake of Auguste Rodin’s The Kiss, now with two ladies collectively. “I wanted to make something that was specific to my experience of being a queer woman that anyone of any gender or sexuality could look at and think ‘yeah, I understand’ or ‘that’s beautiful,’” Shura stated in an announcement. “Because that’s all love is.”


01 thats me, only a candy melody
02 negative effects
03 faith (u can lay your fingers on me)
04 the stage
06 tommy
07 princess leia
08 flyin’
09 eternally
10 management
11 skyline, be mine