Las Vegas singer-songwriter Shamir was dropped from XL Recordings while looking to pursue a new artistic direction after his 2015 album Ratchet. Now, after the release of his lo-fi record Hopeearlier this year, it's confirmed that the artist has signed to San Francisco indie label Father/Daughter Records.
He confirmed the news with this tweet:
\u201cSo @father_daughter is my new home and im SUPER excited, more soon! \ud83d\ude42\ud83d\ude42\ud83d\ude42 https://t.co/CsZRueH6C9\u201d
\u201cto say we're excited is the understatement of the century \ud83d\ude18 https://t.co/eOlPDoJrwb\u201d
— Father/Daughter Records (@Father/Daughter Records)
With his new record, Shamir will release his third album Revelations this November. While we await the forthcoming new music, which, if Shamir's pattern of unpredicatability continues, will sound unlike anything we've heard yet, let us revisit one of the classics: