New for 2015: @MissMollyMoore with “Natural Disaster” and “Hallucinating”

MOLLY MOORE, “Natural Disaster” and “Hallucinating”

New for 2015 are songs by talented L.A. based singer/songwriter Molly Moore. She eschews the current trend to sound like Selena Gomez or Demi Lovato for a more alternative pop style that compares to singers like Lana Del Rey, Banks, Ellie Goulding, and Regina Spektor. Molly draws on influences from the likes of Simon & Garfunkel, Coldplay, and Sam Smith for her songs. The two that are showcased on her Soundcloud page are quite different in style. “Natural Disaster” is a big-sounding, pensive pop song that exemplifies the Del Rey comparison. “Hallucinating” is quieter and folk-influenced, recalling for me styles of 90’s female vocalists like Suzanne Vega, Joan Osborne, and Lisa Loeb. This all sounds very promising for more Molly Moore songs to enjoy.

And as a bonus, just to show off her songwriting diversity, her song “Hollow” was picked up for release and transformed last Spring into a stunning, frenetic European electronica dance hit that I’m thoroughly enjoying by Dubvision (video below). Listen to all three songs above and below.

 

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  1. […] singer Molly Moore a number of times this year.  But I’m pleased to say that her song that I wrote about back at the top of 2015 has now received official release.  “Natural Disaster” (co-written with her guy, […]


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