With the releases last year of "Touch" and "Indecision" and most recently the dreamy "2Shy," UK's Shura has quickly gained attention with her brand of silky, 80's laced pop. In her latest release, Shura shines a "White Light" on the 80's to find her vocals swaying through the smoke machine synths with enough funky guitar licks to keep you moving to the rhythm of the night's bass. Not to mention the feel good moment of The xx-rated break at the 5:50 mark. After these seven minutes of heaven you won't mind if you never go home. 

Listen to "White Light" below. 

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