Shamir Shares Self-Directed "On My Own" Visual

The lead single from his upcoming album.

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Shamir is prepping for the release of his upcoming album with a visual for “On My Own.”

Self-directed by the artist himself, the music video is a vibrant and feel-good watch as he sings about independence. Shamir goes down a guitar-heavy direction for this offering, highlighting gritty riffs over loud drums that contrast his soft vocals.

He’s following up his March 2020 mini-album Cataclysm with a still-untitled full-length offering. According to a press release, Shamir takes influence from punk, country and ’90s post-hardcore group Unwound for the album, so fans can expect an exciting project.

Watch Shamir’s “On My Own” music video above.

Elsewhere in music, Aluna reflects on being a Black woman in her newest single, “Warrior.”

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