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Mollie Coddled 2023 (© Georgia Zimmerman)

"A professional emotion-splurger with extreme attitude and overwhelming cheek in the best way possible."

- DORK Hype List 2023


“Mollie Coddled continues her dreamy trajectory upwards through her own personal bedroom-pop stratosphere”

- Line Of Best Fit Magazine


“Establishing her own unique space in pop music” - EARMILK



Mollie Coddled 2023 (© Georgia Zimmerman)

Her honest, tongue-in-cheek lyricism is often seen compared to the likes of Lily Allen with a “modern edge”. Themes are analytical and self-critical but with a twist of light-hearted sarcasm; showing her neurodiverse outlook in her lyrics. Mollie addresses topics such as Rejection Sensitivity Disorder (RSD), Anxiety and Depression in her music, things that come along hand-in-hand with being on the spectrum.


This year Mollie has graced the stage at Live at Leeds, Liverpool Sound City, 110 Above, Stag and Dagger, DORK's Night Out and has supported artists such as Coach Party, Phoebe Green and Tayo Sound on their UK tours.


Previous releases have seen Mollie supported by NME, DORK, The Line Of Best Fit, DIY, CLASH and more. Spotify have also supported massively, placing Mollie on multiple New Music Friday’s, Lofi-Indie, Our Generation and more. 

Along with 450k streams on Spotify to date, Mollie has also received huge support from BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio and has been playlist in high street stores such as H&M and TKMaxx. 

Straight from DORK's 2023 'Hype List', Mollie Coddled is 21 year old, Alt-Pop making indie queen from Yorkshire. Mollie’s music shares views of Gen-Z society through a dreamy and fun, sonic lens.


Merging Dream-Pop and Indie-Pop, Mollie pairs playful, yet intimate vocals with a soundscape of hazy, echo-laden guitars and synthesisers.


She writes and records her music from her bedroom, taking influence from the Bedroom Pop scene; bringing a signature soft and melancholic sound that Mollie pins on her love of artists such as Mac Demarco, Gus Dapperton and Boy Pablo among others. 


Summery synthesisers, reverb drenched guitars and intimate vocals shape her sound; which woozily encompasses the feeling of how disorientating it can be trying to navigate your early 20’s.

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