Watch exclusive clips of LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy’s interview with Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich

Murphy will be the metal drummer's guest on the next two editions of the latter's Beats 1 show 'It’s Electric!'

LCD Soundsystem‘s James Murphy has spoken about his musical background, the formation and dissolution of LCD and why he decided to come back in an extensive new interview with Metallica‘s Lars Ulrich – watch exclusive clips of the upcoming Beats 1 interview below.

Murphy will be Ulrich’s guest on the next two editions of the drummer’s Beats 1 show ‘It’s Electric’, with the first part due to air on Beats 1 on Sunday (December 3) at 11pm GMT (3pm PT). The second part of the interview will air the following Sunday (December 10) at the same time. You can listen to the show on Sunday by clicking here.

Ahead of the premiere of the first part of the interview this Sunday, a series of video clips from the chat have been shared by Beats 1 which you can watch below.

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The first clip sees Murphy addressing the topic of insecurity, as well as recalling his experience of moving to New York City for the first time.

The second clip sees the two musicians discussing artistic control – with Murphy recalling a time when he didn’t even own a guitar.

The third and final clip features Murphy and Ulrich talking about public bathroom etiquette – watch the video below.

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Earlier this month, James Murphy revealed the best – and nerdiest – piece of advice that the late David Bowie gave to him while they were working together.

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