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Shamir has announced his new self-titled album, and dropped top pop hit 'I Wonder'

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Published: 6:05 pm, July 16, 2020
Shamir has announced his new self-titled album, and dropped top pop hit 'I Wonder'

Shamir has announced his new self-titled album.

The Philadelphia-based artist will drop his newest full-length on 2nd October, preceded by new single 'I Wonder' - the follow-up to recent drop 'On My Own'.

“The song is about the feeling of love taking over your heart, even when you don't want it to," Shamir explains. "It also alludes to climate change and how humans (‘love’) can be the most toxic thing to the planet (‘the heart’), but also the only thing that can fix it."

Billed as his 'most accessible' album since 2015’s debut 'Ratchet', he says of the full-length: “I felt like it didn’t need a name, cuz it’s the record that’s most me."

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