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Starsha Lee Shares New Track To Coincide With London Show

Starsha Lee is set to release a new single to coincide with a London show at a 1-2-3-4 Presents night at The Victoria in Dalston on the 15th of November 2018.

 Listen – https://soundcloud.com/user-827443283/human-all-too-human-mix-final-48×24-v1/s-CLyij

‘Human, All Too Human’ was recorded recently with Nick Howiantz (Black Midi) at Brixton Hill Studios and is a hint of what to expect from the forthcoming ‘Plausible Hate’ EP which is set for release on Syndicol Music on the 23rd of November. Featuring four ferocious and infectious new songs that sound like nothing else around right now, also included here are ‘Antagonistic She’, ‘Marcel Duchamp’ and the EP’s eponymous title track.

Track Listing:

01. ‘Antagonistic She’

02. ‘Human, All Too Human’

03. ‘Marcel Duchamp’

04. ‘Plausible Hate’

Not for the faint of heart, the multi – talented Starsha Lee is a visual artist from Portugal and has a reputation around the capital’s gig goers as a truly exhilarating live performer.

Watch -‘Uncle Nietzsche’ : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbIGRF2UlOI

Starsha Lee together with her band are set to play UK live dates over the next few months to coincide with the single and EP release.

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