The goal of the live stream was to make the viewers temporarily forget the current crisis and dance the day (and night) away, while simultaneously raising support for the LGBTQ+ community.
The Irish singer immediately agreed to do the project. She says: “I’ve spent the last six weeks mainly in my ex-boyfriend’s grey toweling dressing gown, so I jumped at the chance to play dress up. I had a little under a week to get it together, but thankfully I had already been mulling over the idea of trying to recreate my one-woman show in my living room.”
Murphy emphasizes that they’re not pop videos but live performances. Together with her partner Sebastiano Properzi and lighting designer Tom Schofield, she rigged the lighting in her living room and created a green screen effect. Those were then triggered live along with her live performance and vocals.