Shura announces debut album, shares new version of “Touch” featuring Talib Kweli — listen

Much anticipated Nothing's Real due out in July

Last July, Shura put out her first official release, the White Light EP. The six-track effort not only collected the excellent title track, but two of her early breakthrough singles, “2Shy” and “Indecision”. Now comes word that the CoSigned synthpop songwriter is finally gearing up to issue her proper full-length debut. It’s titled Nothing’s Real and expected this spring (Wikipedia lists April 30th as a tentative date) through Interscope/Polydor.

Update – Thursday, March 17th at 9:45 a.m. CT: Shura has confirmed July 8th as the release date for Nothing’s Real. Check out the artwork and tracklist below, followed by a new Four Tet remix of her “Touch” single.

Along with the exciting album announcement, the half-British, half-Russian artist has revealed a new version of her 2014 single “Touch”. The updated take features additional verses from Talib Kweli and is accompanied by an illustrated, “Take on Me”-esque visual.

Check it out below.

Nothing’s Real Artwork:


Nothing’s Real Tracklist:
01. (I)
02. Nothing’s Real
03. What’s It Gonna Be?
04. Touch
05. Kidz ‘n’ Stuff
06. Indecision
07. What Happened to Us?
08. (II)
09. Tongue Tied
10. Make It Up
11. 2Shy
12. White Light
13. The Space Tapes


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