Shygirl Unveils “Club Shy” EP, Set for Release in February

New Single "tell me" Released; Vinyl Pre-Orders Begin

British musician Shygirl has announced the release of her forthcoming EP, “Club Shy,” scheduled for February 9th through Because Music. The announcement was paired with the release of her latest single, “tell me,” a collaboration with Boys Noize. Fans can look forward to owning the EP on pink 12” vinyl, available for pre-order exclusively at her official web store (, with the physical release slated for March 29.

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“Club Shy” showcases Shygirl’s exploration into club and electronic music, maintaining her signature sensual style. The EP is a collaborative effort featuring productions from Kingdom, Boys Noize, SG Lewis, Karma Kid, and Sega Bodega, and includes guest appearances from various artists like Empress Of, Cosha, and Lolo Zouaï. It incorporates her recent singles “thicc” and “f@k€,” both of which have been well-received by fans for their unique sound that blends elements of 00s house music with Shygirl’s distinct touch.

The EP is an expansion of Shygirl’s “Club Shy” concept, which began as a tribute to the dynamic nightlife of East London. Since its inception at London’s Metropolis in 2022, “Club Shy” has been hosted in various cities including Los Angeles, Brazil, Chicago, and New York’s iconic Webster Hall. The events have attracted notable attendees like PinkPantheress and featured special performances from artists such as VTSS, LSDXOXO, and Charli XCX.

Following her critically acclaimed debut album, “Nymph,” which was shortlisted for the 2023 Mercury Prize Albums of the Year, Shygirl has continued to make significant strides in her career. She won the AIM UK Independent Breakthrough award in 2023 and also opened for Beyoncé during the London leg of the Renaissance tour. Additionally, she released “Nymph_o,” a deluxe version of her debut album, featuring collaborations with artists like Björk, Tinashe, Arca, Erika de Casier, Eartheater, and Fatima Al Qadiri. “Nymph” was praised for its emotional depth and fusion of experimental pop with deconstructed club music.



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