- 01 Feb 08
Former Moloko singer Roisin Murphy talks to Paul Nolan about collaborating with an all-star team of songwriters, her unique image and clubbing in Sheffield and New York.
Released last October, Roisin Murphy’s second solo album, Overpowered, was another sparkling collection of dance-pop that showcased the charismatic singer’s vocal abilities to superb effect. Whilst Murphy’s first post-Moloko release, 2005’s Ruby Blue, was written primarily with Matthew Herbert, this time around the singer collaborated with several songwriters, including Seiji of Bugz In The Attic, Richard X, Groove Armada’s Andy Cato and veteran us producer Jimmy Douglass.
Overpowered is out now on EMI