LCD Soundsystem to evolve into 'Broadway musical' - video

James Murphy explains the band will develop on the road

LCD Soundsystem to evolve into 'Broadway musical' - video
LCD Soundsystem have joked that their current tour will mutate into a "Broadway musical".

Speaking in a two-part NME video interview, the first of which you can watch on the right now, leader James Murphy outlined his live plans.

"We're not necessarily touring [latest album] 'This Is Happening', this part of the tour is us trying to be the best version of the band we've been for eight years," he explained. "Then as the tour goes on it will be more about the new record and other things like that. Sort of a development like a Broadway musical."

Watch Part One of the interview on the right now. Part Two will be on NME.COM later this week.

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