Four thousand holes wasn’t the only thing to be found in Lancashire. Indie pop artist Molly. (don’t forget the period) is another gem to be discovered in the northwest county of England. A soulful, powerhouse vocalist whose voice will leave imprinted in your mind forevermore. Her latest release “Paradise” is yet another illustration of her ability to pen hit worthy anthems, bursting with a youthful exuberance.
“Paradise” showcases her stunning vocals reminiscent of Jessie Ware, which ride strongly atop ethereal synths and driving beats. Dripping with confidence, the energetic release narrates a feeling most of us have endured the past few months. The feeling of fast-forwarding time and being transported to a place where all worries are washed away. Molly. reveals, “Paradise to me is a place that has no hassle or problems, where life seems so much more positive and easy. I’m sure many people will agree that life this year hasn’t been what they expected, but who knows next year may be better.”
Written during lockdown, the song couldn’t be more poignant. Lifting spirits and warming souls, Molly. is the voice we need to let us know that better times are ahead. All bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, Molly. delivers her addictive sound, becoming the next new addition to your feel-good playlists.