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Check out the video for Mura Masa and Ellie from Wolf Alice's new track 'Teenage Headache Dreams'

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Published: 5:13 pm, January 10, 2020
Check out the video for Mura Masa and Ellie from Wolf Alice's new track 'Teenage Headache Dreams'

Mura Masa has dropped a video for the latest track to be taken from his forthcoming album 'RYC' (Raw Youth Collage).

The latest cut - 'Teenage Headache Dreams' features Wolf Alice's Ellie Rowsell, and is the final teaser we'll get before 'RYC' drops on 17th January.

With other names on the record including slowthai, Clairo, Georgia and Tirzah, Mura Masa's second full-length is a star spangled affair. 'Teenage Headache Dreams' is one of the clear standouts, though. A duet between Alex Crossan (for it is he) and Rowsell, it's a pristine slice of alt-pop brilliance that twists and turns into something all together more interesting.

You can check out the video for 'Teenage Headache Dreams' below.

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