Róisín Murphy

Róisín Murphy is an Irish singer-songwriter and producer, known for her distinctive style and genre-defying music. With a career spanning over two decades, Murphy has cemented herself as one of the most innovative and influential artists in the electronic music scene.

Born on July 5, 1973, in Arklow, County Wicklow, Ireland, Róisín Murphy first gained prominence as the lead vocalist of the electronic duo Moloko. The group's breakthrough came in 1999 with their hit single "Sing It Back," which reached the top of the charts in multiple countries. This success propelled Murphy into the spotlight and showcased her unique vocal abilities.

Following Moloko's disbandment in 2003, Róisín Murphy embarked on a solo career that allowed her to fully explore her artistic vision. Her debut solo album, "Ruby Blue," was released in 2005 to critical acclaim. Blending elements of electronic, pop, and dance music, Murphy's sound captivates listeners with its eclectic mix of genres and her mesmerizing vocal performances.

Throughout her career, Róisín Murphy has consistently pushed boundaries with her avant-garde fashion choices and visually stunning music videos. Her distinctive sense of style has made her a fashion icon and earned her recognition from prestigious publications such as Vogue.


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