Hot on the heels of the announcement of her forthcoming debut album Nymph due September 30th via Because Music, UK-based experimental pop artist Shygirl shares the second offering from the album, “Come For Me.”
Produced by Arca, “Come For Me” is a broken-down dance track showcasing the various iterations of electronic dance music Shygirl cascades through on Nymph. Throughout the song Shygirl reminds us how she has the power and the know-how to dominate and direct what’s going down; “Come when you’re called / Be easy if I take the lead” she says.
“Come For Me” follows the lead single from Nymph, “Firefly,” which arrived with visuals directed by Yasser Abubeker. The 12-tracks of Nymph were created with a close-knit group of friends and previous collaborators including Mura Masa, Sega Bodega, Karma Kid, Cosha, and as previously mentioned Arca, along with the producers Noah Goldstein, Danny L Harle, BloodPop, Vegyn and Kingdom. // Continue to the full article