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It's first dates with Shura on her brand new bop 'the stage'

Check out the latest taster from the forthcoming 'forevher'.
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Published: 3:33 pm, July 15, 2019
It's first dates with Shura on her brand new bop 'the stage'

Shura has debuted another new track.

The latest cut to arrive from forthcoming album 'forevher' is titled 'the stage', and is streaming now.

It follows up on the already revealed 'BKLYNLDN' and pope-tastic 'religion (u can lay your hands on me) in previewing Shura's second full-length, which is set to arrive on 16th August.

Obviously, it's a bop.

Talking about the track, Shura explains it's about her first date with her current girlfriend. "I had travelled to NYC to go on it," she recalls, "so I was a little bit nervous as this was definitely THE most high stakes date I’d ever been on. I DM’d my friends MUNA who were playing a show the night that I arrived and asked them if they could get us both in, and they loved the concept of a first date at a MUNA gig. I wasn’t sure how the date was going until she took my hand whilst trying to lead me to a spot where I could see them play (i.e. basically nowhere in the venue as I’m too short!). Then I knew it was all going to be OK."

TL;DR: MUNA are the new Cilla Black.

You can check out 'the stage' below.

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