Shamir has returned from whence he came, with two new songs
that celebrate this one of a kind artist’s love of country music. Out March 9th on Father/Daughter Records both as a limited 7” vinyl and digital release, Room features the first two new tracks from Shamir since the DIY darling’s critically acclaimed November 2017 album Revelations. The two songs on Room are produced by Big Taste, the Los Angeles based songwriter, producer, and vocalist who has worked with Justin Bieber, Dua Lipa, and Adam Lambert.
The A-side is the twang tinged title track, which has the accidental popstar self-harmonizing in an upbeat ode to the stillness & confusion depression can bring. It’ll move both your heart and your hips wildly in unison. The B-side is the galloping “Caballero” with a guitar riff that runs like a wild stallion off into the sunset. Shamir kicks-up desert dust with relatable lyrics like "Cuz I don’t wanna be in like with you because it turns to love and all lovers do is fall out of love, cuz everything ends and you're stuck having to begin again." Amen.
Cheeses crust, this is amazing bedroom DIY art. Beautiful & lush sounds flow smoothly down like a delicious shake. The nice sour-esque, but sweet fuzz adds such a nice balance to the latter.
Nice groovy moments abound, as well. It feels really personal, like a portion of her diary is exposed for us to devour deliciously.
Really excellent pop, but that does no justice for this amazing record.
"you don't want to see me like this..."
Thank you Jay Som so much for your ☠️work☠️ CoughCool
i spent ages only liking motion sickness and kyoto then i listened to this album on LOUD and was like oooo its so cool actually exciting so now i want B.B. Bridgers to make a full rock album please like channel heatmiser please the world needs it ok i feeeel something.... Ben Collins