Shygirl Announces Debut Album Nymph, Shares Video for New Song “Firefly”: Watch

Shygirl has announced her debut full-length and shared a single from the project. The album is titled Nymph and it’s out September 30. Mura Masa, Arca, Sega Bodega, BloodPop®, Vegyn, Danny L Harle, Kingdom, and more contributed to Nymph. In the meantime, Shygirl has previewed the record with the new song “Firefly” and announced a clutch of festival dates around the world. Check out “Firefly” and the tour schedule below.

The London-based artist has previously issued two EPs: 2018’s Cruel Practice and 2020’s Alias. Since Alias, Shygirl has released the single “Cleo,” and she recruited Slowthai for a guest appearance on “BDE.” Earlier this year, she joined FKA twigs for her Caprisongs cut “Papi Bones.” She also appeared on Mura Masa’s “Bbycakes,” alongside Lil Uzi Vert and PinkPantheress in February.

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Shygirl: Nymphs

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06-02 Barcelona, Spain – Primavera Sound
06-03 St. Paul’s Bay, Malta – Lost and Found Festival
06-05 Paris, France – We Love Green
06-10 Gräfenhainichen, Germany – Melt! Festival
06-11 Glendalough, Ireland – Beyond the Pale Festival
06-17 New York, NY – Ladyland Festival
06-24 Madrid, Spain – Paraiso Festival
07-02 Roskilde, Denmark – Roskilde Festival
07-13 Berlin, Germany – Berghain
07-14 Dour, Belgium – Dour Festival
07-22 Maubeuge, France – Les Nuits Secretes Festival
08-07 Katowice, Poland – Katowice Festival
09-03 Bristol, England – Forward Festival
09-16-18 Los Angeles, CA – Primavera Sound
09-23 Bentonville, AR – Format Festival
11-05 Sao Paulo, Brazil – Primavera Sound
11-12 Santiago, Chile – Primavera Sound
11-13 Buenos Aires, Argentina – Primavera Sound

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