on 9 July 2014
Androgynous so Shamir's voice may be throughout, there's a lot of variety on this record. Some might say the EP is a bit front-loaded, but it's just that the party is happening at the start. As House gives way to more traditional songwriting Shamir shows an unusual breadth on such a short 'record'. And anyone can make digging up dead people from their graves seem worthy of empathy's got my vote. I can really find little to fault with this EP. I'm sure bigger things are to come for Shamir.