Her time is now
Once one half of indie-pop sensation Moloko, Róisín Murphy is back with a new album after eight years. Just don’t expect more of the same
‘I was going to be a visual artist,” Róisín Murphy says. “That’s what I would have done had I not bumped into Mark Brydon that night.”
A Choice Music Prize-nominated artist, former front woman of Moloko and successful solo artist, Murphy is relating the story of her early years, when she bumped into the man who would shape her future.
The night she met Brydon...
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