The Philadelphia-based artist is turning his '90s rock and pop influences into guitar-driven anthems for the modern world.
Shamir's been busy releasing critically acclaimed album after critically acclaimed album. Moving away from the high energy dance-pop of his debut Ratchet, its follows up have represented a return to his roots, opting for lo-fi alternative rock as the medium to wrap around his adept songwriting.
Having already suprise-released Cataclysm this year, Shamir is set to release his next full-length record in the autumn. Lead by today's release of single "On My Own", the new track was written about finding solace in by alone after a break-up but has taken on new life due to the worldwide quarantine lockdowns.
For the new album, Shamir has found a kindred spirit in the butterfly, this record marks him shedding the chrysalis and spreading his wings with some of his most intimate to work.