Watch: Shura shares ‘Three Years’ short film

Shura shares ‘Three Years’ short film

Film includes performances of three songs.

Shura has unveiled her first ever short film, bringing together performances of singles from the last twelve months.

Taking place in a warehouse, ‘Three Years’ is directed by David Terranova. It sees Shura and her band performing ‘2Shy’, ‘Touch’ and ‘Indecision’, bringing a new industrial light to the London artist’s early tracks.

This summer Shura plays a run of shows including Latitude, Bestival and Festival Number 6.

Check out the short film below.

Shura will play Latitude (16th-19th July) and Festival No. 6 (3rd-6th September), where DIY is an official media partner. Tickets are on sale now. Visit diymag.com/presents for more information.

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