Róisín Murphy on Glastonbury, starring in ‘Half Bad’ and her “slab of gold” new album

NME published this video item, entitled “Róisín Murphy on Glastonbury, starring in ‘Half Bad’ and her “slab of gold” new album” – below is their description.

Before she headlined the West Holts stage at Glastonbury 2022, Moloko turned solo star Róisín Murphy caught up with NME to tell us about her love of Larry David, starring in new Netflix series Half Bad, and progress on her “slab of gold” new album made with DJ Koze

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