Get lost in the big city with @missMollyMoore in “Imaginary Friends”

MOLLY MOORE, “Imaginary Friends”

The more I hear Molly Moore’s original songs, the more I resonate with them, even if I haven’t exactly faced the same situation, it’s all about the perspective.  Moving to a big city across the country is always a risk for what you leave behind, even in these days of social media where around the world can seem like next door.  But it’s real contact that we still all crave, and “Imaginary Friends” portrays the quiet and isolation and inner fighting that can occur.  A lot of the time it’s only temporary but it’s very real and like the other songs Molly’s previewed from her upcoming EP Now You See Me – I can’t get enough of “Just A Dream” right now – “Imaginary Friends” is a solid alternative electronic pop package created with by an ensemble including beau/co-writer/co-producer Brandyn Burnette.  “Imaginary Friends” lets your empathy cut through the sunny surroundings to reveal what’s inside.

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