Shura – “Indecision”

Shura does that mid-period Madonna/”Time After Time” version of melancholic retro synthpop better than just about anybody. Here’s another example of her excellence: “Indecision,” her first single since signing with Polydor, is the most uptempo track we’ve heard from her after ace ballads “Touch” and “Just Once.” It’s got the neon sparkle of an old Whitney Houston hit, but it’s delivered with the breathy subtlety of Jessie Ware. Listen below.

A white-label “Indecision” single is coming soon on Polydor. Meanwhile, Shura makes her live debut later this month in Paris and has a string of European dates the rest of the year:

10/29 Paris, France @ Pitchfork Festival
10/30 Brussels, Belgium @ AB Club (w/ Kelela)
11/01 Amsterdam, Netherlands @ London Calling
11/05 London, England @ Studio Spaces
11/07 Reykjavik, Iceland @ Iceland Airwaves
11/21 Leipzig, Germany @ Electronic Beats Festival
11/28 Lisbon, Portugal Vodafone Mexefest
12/10 Berlin, Germany @ Kantine am Berghain

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