Mura Masa has confirmed details of a huge global headline tour for 2020 – including a massive London date at Alexandra Palace on 20th February in celebration of the announcement of his much-anticipated second album, ‘R.Y.C’ (Raw Youth Collage), released on 17th January.
‘R.Y.C’ is an ambitious and exciting left-turn from an artist and producer whose ability to always surprise is matched only by his remarkably consistent, singular vision. Breathing new life into – amongst other things – New Wave, Emo, Folk and 90s Rave – tracks like ‘No Hope Generation’ reinvent Mura Masa’s sound whilst also paying tribute to the alternative roots which shaped him when he first became a genuine musical outsider, growing up in the remote island of Guernsey.
“Brilliantly clever…bubbling with energy and ideas” Observer, **** Album of the Week
“Fresh and immediate…pure quality, from start to finish” Q, ****
“As forward-thinking and futuristic as they come” NME, **** Album of the Week
“A dizzying exploration of musical subcultures…this is what pop should be: diverse, interesting and surprising” Mixmag, 9/10
“A dazzling tribute to London’s rich multiculturalism…a feast of sounds and flavours” NPR
“A portrait of the artist as a young man…abandon, uncertainty, and a lust for love and life” Billboard
“An album that we’ll look back on as one that not only soundtracks 2017, but defines it as as snapshot of a fresh sound” Dork ****
With special guests Yves Tumor and Shygirl
Age restriction – 16+ only
Get here early and soak up the atmosphere of our Festival Village – featuring a line-up of the finest names in London street food and an eclectic bill of bands and DJs. Start your gig the right way.
Alexandra Palace Way
Tube: Wood Green
Railway: Alexandra Palace Rail
Bus: W3 or Shuttle Bus
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