UK-born, New York-based singer/producer Shura has announced the follow-up to her 2016 debut album "Nothing’s Real". The new one is called "forevher" and it’s out August 16th, via Secretly Canadian.
"forevher" includes Shura’s previously shared “BKLYNLDN” and the new single "religion (u can lay your hands on me)", the latter accompanied by a video inspired by Jude Law's "The Young Pope". The album, co-produced with Joel Pott, is about Shura’s long-distance relationship with her girlfriend.
The album cover features a remake of Auguste Rodin’s The Kiss, now with two women together.
"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'" said the singer in a statement. "Because that’s all love is."