SHYGIRL ANNOUNCES DEBUT ALBUM NYMPH DUE SEPTEMBER 30TH
HEAR LEAD SINGLE “FIREFLY” NOW
Today, experimental pop artist Shygirl announces her headline tour which will include a show at London’s Printworks. Most recently Shygirl announced her debut full-length album Nymph due September 30th via Because Music. To celebrate the project’s announcement, Shygirl shares the lead single “Firefly.” The new glitchy and twinkling club-ready song introduces Shygirl’s new sonic innovation that will be displayed on Nymph.
The 12-track project was created with a close-knit group of friends and previous collaborators including Mura Masa, Sega Bodega, Karma Kid, Arca and Cosha along with the producers Noah Goldstein, Danny L Harle, BloodPop, Vegyn and Kingdom. Nymph reveals Shygirl’s inner self-reflection in experimental vocal tones and deconstructed dance melodies and exhibits a new level of intimacy and emotional depth in her songwriting.
The news of Nymph follows Shygirl’s collaboration with FKA twigs on the Caprisongs track “papi bones” along with the late 2021 offering “Cleo,” which arrived with a Trinity Ellis-directed music video as well as a live performance of the track from Abbey Road Studios as part of Studio 1’s 90th Anniversary programming. Also in 2021, Shygirl shared the slowthai collaboration “BDE” and the self-directed Burberry-styled short film, Shygirl BLU, a live realization of her universally-acclaimed ALIAS EP.
Since the EP’s release, Shygirl has gone on to star in Burberry’s AW21 presentation, claim a coveted spot in Forbes’ 30 Under 30, grace the cover of Berlin’s influential 032c magazine and team up with Mura Masa to remix the Lady Gaga and Blackpink track “Sour Candy” for the praised Dawn of Chromatica album
December will see Shygirl embark on a headline tour starting at London’s Printworks followed by Manchester’s Albert Hall and making her way through Europe with stops in Berlin, Amsterdam and Paris. Tickets onsale here: https://shygirl.tv
Headline Tour Dates:
1 Dec – Printworks, London (UK)
2 Dec – Albert Hall, Manchester (UK)
6 Dec – Astra, Berlin (DE)
7 Dec – Melkweg, Amsterdam (NL)
10 Dec – Trianon, Paris (FR)