Danish punk/alt-rock trio Molly have today released their self-titled LP, available exclusively in Australia and New Zealand. Across nine lively and uplifting tracks, Molly create an impressively large wall of sound – from the album-opener ‘I Don’t Know You Anymore’, rife with the band’s characteristic energetic drumming, to the layered grungy riffs of lead album cut ‘Bagu Bagu’, and fuzzy and distorted feedback throughout the LP, contrasted against slow, drawling vocals.

Heavily influenced by the American rock scene of the ‘80s and ‘90s, MOLLY quickly garnered attention in the underground scene after their formation in 2012. The band released their first full-length album Peach Melba last year, followed by an appearance at Pop Revo and performances over two consecutive years at Roskilde Festival. MOLLY have drawn comparisons to bands such as Hüsker Dü, Sugar and Dinosaur Jr., all bands who have inspired their trademark sound, built upon catchy rhythms and fast drums.

out now via Ratbag Records/Warner

Available to stream via Spotify and purchase via iTunes


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