Mighty Boosh’s Noel Fielding interviews Bryan Ferry for NME

Watch the pair's exclusive three-part chat on NME.COM from tomorrow (Oct 22)

The Mighty Boosh‘s Noel Fielding has interviewed Bryan Ferry for NME.

The comic is a huge fan of the Roxy Music frontman, having included him as a character in the first series of their BBC show, and is currently staging an exhibition dedicated to the singer called Bryan Ferry vs The Jelly Fox at London‘s Maison Bertaux Gallery.

Fielding and Ferry, who releases solo album ‘Olympia’ on Monday (October 25), came face-to-face for filmed interview, the first part of which you will be able to watch on NME.COM from tomorrow (October 22).

Fielding described interviewing Ferry as being “like a Jim’ll Fix It moment for me”.

The three-part film includes discussion about the pair’s art school backgrounds, Ferry‘s new album, a tribe in the Congo who “worship” the singer, Fielding‘s exhibition and much more.

Watch part one on NME.COM tomorrow – meanwhile, head to hooliganartdealer.com for more on Fielding‘s exhibition, which runs until January.