British indie pop artist Molly Warburton sings about her recent fight to not be dragged down in her new single “Gravity.” Despite what it may seem from the beginning, the track is not a love song. In fact, it’s about her struggles to not let things pull her down and to instead lift herself up and celebrate who she is and what she has achieved.
More specifically,“Gravity” is about Warburton’s feeling of being completely uninspired with her music and ultimately falling out of love with it. However, with the release of “Gravity” it’s quite clear that she was able to successfully move past this funk, as the new tune is a bright, bold and totally infectious anthem.
Shining further light on the single, Warburton shares, "I guess when being a musician you can fall in and out of touch with your sounds, inspirations and passion for your music. When I wrote Gravity I had just recently been through this cycle feeling very uninspired to perform or write new music, almost falling out of love with it, but after taking some time out and realizing what I had achieved and developed through music I found this new energy, new sounds and a new love for my music.”
Hoping to arm people with the tools needed to overcome life's hardships, Warburton shares, “I try to write my songs with a positive outlook on life and what experiences I have had. I think the world can sometimes be filled with negativity so I try to write in a more positive mindset.”