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Murph is teasing his upcoming Love Fame Tragedy EP with new single, 'Please Don’t Murder Me (Part 2)'

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Published: 4:23 pm, January 31, 2020
Murph is teasing his upcoming Love Fame Tragedy EP with new single, 'Please Don’t Murder Me (Part 2)'

Murph is teasing his upcoming Love Fame Tragedy EP with new single, 'Please Don’t Murder Me (Part 2)'.

Following on from recent drop 'Riding A Wave', the song appears on 'Five Songs To Briefly Fill The Void', which features his pals Bastille’s Dan Smith, Crystal Fighters’ Eleanor Fletcher, and Maddi-Jean Waterhouse, and arrives later this month.

"I tried quite a few times to turn this into a song of ‘normal’ length," he says of the track, which clocks in at a brief 1:21, "but it just never felt as weird and cool as it did coming in at just over a minute. Was supposed to be a tongue in cheek type song, but once tracked became very sincere sounding indeed."

Watch 'Please Don’t Murder Me (Part 2)' below, and catch Love Fame Tragedy on tour at the following:

FEBRUARY
25 The Cluny, Newcastle upon Tyne
26 King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
27 ​Brudenell Social Club​, Leeds
29 Manchester Academy, Manchester

MARCH
02 The O2 Institute, Birmingham
03 Heaven, London
04 Thekla, Bristol

MAY
23 Neighbourhood Weekender

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