Giving himself the title of “Accidental Popstar” after the release of first album Ratchet in 2015, Shamir was unexpectedly catapulted him into the mainstream spotlight with the gutsy dance-pop of hits “On the Regular” and “Call It Off”. Shamir switched things up in 2017 with releases Hope and Revelations, taking a right turn into decidedly lo-fi territory with lead single “90’s Kid” harking back to the deft lyricism that made the world fall in love with Ratchet-era Shamir. This new sound is pared back, raw, full of emotion and more lyrically faithful to the persona Shamir wants to evoke, with by turns uptempo and downtempo indie-rock giving voice to the personal mental health struggles he has experienced in the post-Ratchet years. An anthemic new turn for a new generation, we can’t wait to be mesmerised by Shamir’s new sound.

“Even in the darkest times, Shamir’s brilliance continues to shine through.” The Line of Best Fit Review

A bold, fleeting pop-rock record whose standout element remains Bailey’s gorgeous voice” The Guardian