Mura Masa shares new track "Whenever I Want" and video
Mura Masa (credit: Will Reid)

Mura Masa shares new track “Whenever I Want” and video

April 3, 2023— Grammy-winning artist, producer and songwriter Mura Masa shares a new single, “Whenever I Want,” today via his own Pond Recordings alongside a video directed by The Reids—listen here and watch here.

He also confirms a run of headline shows in addition to performing both weekends of Coachella—see full routing below and get tickets here.

Drawing inspiration from junglism, jersey club and break core, “Whenever I Want” takes the base elements of these subgenres and transforms them into something that sounds decidedly Mura Masa. The track marks the continuation of a club-oriented era which will see Mura Masa explore the full spectrum of electronic music with releases on his own new label, Pond Recordings.

The new track follows Mura Masa’s production on the chart-topping, global hit, “Boy’s a liar Pt. 2” with PinkPantheress and Ice Spice and his critically acclaimed third studio album, demon time, released to critical acclaim in 2022, which saw the in-demand producer channel hedonistic themes and nuanced subcultures into thrillingly futuristic pop. Written shortly after his European tour in support of his guitar driven second album, R.Y.C, the record connected the dots between his genre-shaping Soundcloud origin story, and the new wave of electronic music as it exploded on platforms like TikTok. Continuing Mura Masa’s ever-growing list of blockbuster collaborators, demon timefeatured contributions from ShygirlLil Uzi VertPinkPantheressslowthaiErika de CasierPa Salieu and more.

April 7—Amsterdam, NL—DGTL
April 14—Indio, CA— Coachella
April 19—Los Angeles, CA—El Rey
April 20—San Francisco, CA—1015 Folsom
April 21—Indio, CA— Coachella

Mura Masa—the 25-year-old songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Alex Crossan—has always resisted simple categorization. He is a Platinum-selling, Grammy-winning (and four-times nominated) artist, who has surpassed two billion lifetime streams and toured the world over, headlining shows worldwide and playing sets at CoachellaPrimavera Sound and more. His self-titled 2017 debut catapulted him into the international spotlight, and his 2020 album, R.Y.C., attracted widespread critical acclaim with collaborations from Tirzah, Clairo, slowthai, Georgia and more. He also co-founded the 3T training program in 2020, designed to provide training and opportunity for underrepresented groups in the touring and live sector.

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