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Roísín Murphy Shares Final Two Tracks From 12" Singles Series The Rumble And World's Crazy

Friday, 19 October 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Nicole Nodland

Roísín Murphy has shared the final pair of tracks in a series of eight 12" singles which have been released across 2018.

Created in collaboration with Baltimore maverick musician, producer, DJ Maurice Fulton and released through the Vinyl Factory, The Rumble and World's Crazy form part of the Moloko vocalist's most hip-twitching music of her life, picking up where Jacuzzi Rollercoaster and Can't Hang On left off. In her own words:

"The Rumble was written with Maurice and Mim Suleiman. Mim is amazing with infectious energy. I needed help as it’s a mammoth track, like two songs in one the second half is a vamp in which Maurice Instructed me to preach! Preaching was not a natural stance for me but he insisted I try, now I can’t stop testifying, the process has changed me a little."

Alongside the eight tracks, this year has seen Murphy play a series of live dates and festivals across Europe, including the closing night at London's Somerset House Summer Series. Catch her at Dublin's Metropolis Festival on October 28.





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