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Mura Masa Posts New Single I Don't Think I Can Do This Again Feat. Clairo Prior To Reading And Leeds

Thursday, 22 August 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Mura Masa has returned with a new single ahead of his appearances at the Reading and Leeds festivals this weekend.

Titled I Don't Think I Can Do This Again, the rock-influenced track features rising teenage star Clairo and serves as the first taste of Guernsey-born 23-year-old Alex Crossan's forthcoming second album, arriving ahead of his headline slot at the BBC Radio 1 stage at both the Reading and Leeds festivals this weekend.

"This is the beginning of rolling out a new direction for Mura Masa, which has a much heavier focus on band and guitar music. Punk and new wave is the music I grew up playing so it feels like an exciting return for me. I'm thrilled to debut this new sound with one of indie music’s most exciting and talented songwriting newcomers in Clairo. To me, this is the zeitgeist of the next year in music; a new type of band."

Further details on Crossan's new album are to be revealed soon. In the meantime, in addition to Reading and Leeds, catch him at Manchester's Warehouse Project and Pitchfork Paris later in the year.

Mura Masa Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri October 18 2019 - MANCHESTER Mayfield Depot

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