Attention pop fans: get into Shura while she’s still under the radar. The rising U.K. synthpopper chatted with Billboard about her quick rise from making music in her bedroom to working with stars like Greg Kurstin and touring with inspirations like Tegan & Sara. She likens the songs on debut album "Nothing's Real" to queer love stories in the John Hughes coming-of-age tradition; in the podcast, you'll hear how she's working on turning that ambition into reality. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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