Hailing from the North of England, the 19 year old Bedroom Producer records all of her songs in her bedroom, bringing an intimate, lo-fi feel. Her style is often compared to the likes of Clairo for her dreamy melodies and summery synthesisers, while also taking Influence from artists like Still Woozy and Rex Orange County all artists Mollie has featured alongside in Spotify Official playlists "Peach" and "Lo-fi Indie".
Discussing topics of abusive relationships and mental health throughout her repertoire, Mollie brings the voice of the new generation to the table, representing feelings that are widely shared between her peers but rarely spoken about in the mainstream.
Her Debut EP 'The Halo Effect' (Released Dec 5) explores experiencing what is thought of to be “love” for the first time. The songs take the listener through the full circle, all the way from infatuation to the realisation of being gaslighted into staying in an unhealthy relationship.
'The Halo Effect' has accumulated over 200k streams on Spotify and has also received huge support from BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio- being featured on their Tracks of 2020.
Mollie has also been seen on Amazing Radio's A-List as well as being picked as one of their "Ones to Watch For 2021".
“It’s new, it’s dreamy, it’s shimmery and it’s all kinds of gorgeous”
-Shell Zenner (Amazing Radio)
“A joy to listen to"
-Emily Pilbeam (BBC Introducing)
"Synth-fuelled, sophisticated numbers for the ages – a bedroom pop prodigy in her own right"
"Crafted to cleanse and uplift, decompressing and dissipating our overthinking, and leaving the listener a little lighter"
"Seamless production and encapsulating performance”