SHERELLE has dropped a new single, ‘Henry’s Revenge’. Listen to it below.
The track marks SHERELLE's first new music since 2023's 'GETOUTOFMYHEAD', and comes after a challenging year during which she had her laptop, which contained her entire music collection and her in-progress debut album, stolen during a train ride from Brussels to Amsterdam.
Speaking on the situation and release, SHERELLE said: “Last year I was working on an album and essentially lost all my music through being mugged on a train. I didn’t pick up my laptop or go anywhere near my computer to make music for a long time because I wasn't in the headspace to do so. By the time I was able to this year, I felt so relieved making it. It felt like a fresh start.”
Released on own her imprint, Hooversound, which she co-runs with NAINA, the London-based jungle DJ and producer noted how ‘Henry’s Revenge’ “feels like how I felt in August and September”, and that the track has “a lot of frustration and a lot of anger.”
She continued: “Being able to channel that energy into songwriting and making it as explosive as this tune is, has been a really beautiful thing. I’m so happy and proud of myself to be able to get to a point where we are making music again, especially music I really enjoy, that reflects me and my sound.”
The new track comes just in time for SHERELLE’s upcoming tour across the UK and Europe. Named SHERELLELAND, the “cheap and cheerful tour” will see intimate parties for “bocats on a budget” – with all tickets priced between £10 and £11.22.
The tour starts 9th Febuary at The Carpet Shop in London, followed by dates in Amsterdam, Leeds, Manchester, and Edinburgh, before concluding on 24th February at Le Hasard Ludique in Paris. You can pick up tickets here.
Revisit DJ Mag’s 2020 cover interview with SHERELLE here.
Listen to ‘Henry’s Revenge’ below.