Roisin Murphy
It's a dark, paranoid piece of disco-pop...

Roisin Murphy has shared her new two-part single 'Jacuzzi Rollercoaster' b/w 'Can't Hang On'.

The deeply independent pop artist is delving into her club roots for a quartet of releases, issued through London hub The Vinyl Factory.

Part Three drops this Friday - September 21st - and it pits the dark, paranoid disco of 'Jacuzzi Rollercoaster' against the Chic-tinged 'Can't Hang On'.

'Jacuzzi Rollercoaster' is a club-styled roller, with Ali Love helping to push Roisin's music to the next level.

'Can't Hang On' meanwhile is a house-influenced squelcher, the impeccable production linked to that neat rhythm track which feels a little like Nile Rodgers at his funkiest.

Roisin comments: "I love Ali Love's voice, he's got the boogie in him, he's an exceptional hook writer also. I've been hoping to work with him for a long time and this Maurice Fulton music just seemed the perfect match."

"The baseline in this track is highly evocative and Ali already had the title when he came to the studio, he had just been reading about a 'Jacuzzi Rollercoaster' being built in Japan and it was a notion that fit the funk of the track perfectly, we wrote the song and put the vocals down in a few hours, we're a match made in heaven!"

Tune in now.

Photographer: Nicole Nodland

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