The sound of “Touch” is not unlike a peach—you’ve tasted it before (soft, vaguely ’70s/80s pop-rock filtered through ’90s R&B, a little Haim-y), but will love it still. The song’s the debut track from Shura, born in London to a Russian actress mother (she supposedly turned down a role in GoldenEye because James Bond seemed anti-Russian) and British documentary filmmaker father, with some time spent recently in South America. What comes next? TBD. What we’ve got here? Good ass peach.
Stream: Shura, “Touch”