Mura Masa Drops “No Hope Generation” Video

UK producer, songwriter and vocalist Mura Masa unveils new music video for “No Hope Generation.”
Mura Masa "No Hope Generation"

UK producer, songwriter and vocalist Mura Masa, has shared a new music video for “No Hope Generation.” The video was directed by Yoni Lappin and was shot earlier this year in Serbia. “No Hope Generation” is the latest single from Mura Masa’s second album R.Y.C (Raw Youth Collage) set for release January 17, 2020 on Geffen Records.

“No Hope Generation” follows R.Y.C’s debut single “I Don’t Think I Can Do This Again” with Clairo, which was released earlier this fall. The album features a variety of guests including slowthai, Tirzah, Ellie Rowsell of Wolf Alice, Georgia and Mura Masa himself stepping out as lead-vocalist. Recorded over the past year in London and beyond, R.Y.C explores the music Mura Masa—23-year-old songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Alex Crossan—grew up on the tiny, remote British isle of Guernsey. He pays homage to and inverts new wave, punk, folk and 90s rave, thoroughly investigating nostalgia as a concept.

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R.Y.C

1. R.Y.C
2. No Hope Generation
3. I Don’t Think I Can Do This Again (with Clairo)
4. a meeting at an oak tree (with Ned Green)
5. Deal Wiv It (with Slowthai)
6. vicarious living anthem
7. In My Mind
8. Today (with Tirzah)
9. Live Like We’re Dancing (with Georgia)
10.Teenage Headache Dreams (with Ellie Rowsell)
11. (nocturne for strings and a conversation)

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Tour Dates

February 20
Alexandra Palace
London, UK
February 22
O2 Victoria Warehouse
Manchester, UK
February 27
Lotto Arena
Antwerp, Belgium
February 29
AFAS Live
Amsterdam,Netherlands
March 3
X-Tra
Zurich, Switzerland
March 5
Tonhalle
Munich, Germany
March 7
Columbiahalle
Berlin, Germany
March 10
Stodola
Warsaw, Poland
March 12
Vega
Copenhagen, Denmark
March 14
edel-optics.de Arena
Hamburg, Germany
April 16
The Warfield
San Francisco, CA
April 22
Crystal Ballroom
Portland, OR
April 23
Showbox Sodo
Seattle, WA
April 24
The Vogue
Vancouver, BC
April 28
First Avenue
Minneapolis, MN
April 29
The Rivera
Chicago, IL
May 1
Rebel
Toronto, ON
May 2
MTelus
Montreal, QC
May 3
House of Blues
Boston, MA
May 5
Union Transfer
Philadelphia, PA
May 6
Filmore
Washington, DC
May 8
Brooklyn Steel
New York, NY