Known as the “Godfather of Goth,” Peter Murphy first rose to fame in the early 1980s as the lead singer for goth rock band Bauhaus. Though only active a few short years, Bauhaus became an influential group in the goth movement and early days of gothic rock. Following their disbandment, Murphy ventured into a successful solo career as a cult artist, releasing nine studio albums and embarking on world tours over the course of his career. He is known for his baritone voice, prominent cheek bones, and penchant for gloomy poetics.
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