Shura performs a headline show this November with support from Rosie Lowe and Laura Misch, plus DJ sets from The Big Moon and Marika Hackman.

She makes a stunning return with brand new track BKLYNLDN, a first taste of Shura’s much-anticipated second album, which she is currently working on in the wake of 2016’s celebrated debut, ‘Nothing’s Real’.

BKLYNLDN marks the start of a new chapter (musically, geographically, emotionally) for Shura. That timeless look at long-distance romantic longing – if told through the modern lens of apps, texts, and anxiety-inducing silences – it’s a cinematic, exquisitely intimate examination of what presence and absence means in modern relationships; a passionate, tactile record about connection in volatile times; and, despite its cleansed sonic palette, still the unmistakeable sound of Shura.

I’m excited about the possibilities of where I can go and what I can do

Sophie

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