Molly Moore

Molly Moore

Molly Moore


Title
Independent Artist & Songwriter
Bio
Molly Moore has been writing songs since she was seven years old, honing her love of singing and songwriting over the years that followed.

For as much as New York-born and Los Angeles-based songstress Molly Moore’s music speaks to a 5G generation, her straight-shooting lyrics, soulful timbre, and psychedelically spun style transcend eras. Sprouting raw thoughts through real anthems on her journey of self-discovery, Molly has embraced the changes in her life from experiencing loss with the passing of her father and ending a five-year relationship to searching for her voice and finding the light within. That is no exception for her forthcoming project, slated for release in early 2022, which encompasses the moments of hope and acceptance in an untraditional love where feelings are dynamic – temporary, lingering, abiding. As she continues to share her story honestly and openly through soulful beats and candy-coated vocals, Molly finds herself in a transformative state with her new music as she dives off the deep end and embraces love in any way that it presents itself, loving herself and others in a much freer and kinder way.

Throughout her career, Molly’s art impacted pop from behind-the-scenes writing for multiplatinum pop superstar Jesse McCartney, K-pop phenomenon EXO, actress/singer Lea Michele, and also composed children’s music for the Hasbro animated series Hanazuki. As an artist, she was previously one-half of pop duo Cosmos & Creature, signed to Steve Aoiki’s Dim Mak label, garnered over 27 million streams, and shared the stage with artists such as Dua Lipa, John Mayer, and Bebe Rexha. Pouring herself into her solo music, Molly began to build a world around empowerment and expression. Her music can be heard in a variety of commercials, television, and film including “Handsomer” ft. Maty Noyes from her debut 2020 album Voice on the Internet which can be heard in Amazon Film’s Jolt.
Website
Expertise
music industry, singing, songwriting
Interests
alternative, indie pop, indie, alternative rock, future soul
Location
Los Angeles, CA

Recent Submissions

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Shy by Molly Moore

Robal Johnson

This is a fun track. Love the groove, chill beats, good vox, slick production. I can definitely see why you opened for Chromeo. I am really diggin the vibe and totally want to hear more. I would suggest including more of a bio with your submissions. So-called tastemakers want to hear a story behind the art. Don’t be afraid to share a bit about yourself, but without losing some of the mystery. Keep performing and hone your live chops. Grow your fan base locally and the agents and managers will be knocking at your door. You have to prove to everyone first that you are a worthwhile investment, both with their money and more importantly their time. Especially for agents and managers, who only make money if you make money. Nice work on getting syncs, that can be a great source of income. Feel free to send more songs. I will pass this along to some industry friends. Thank you for sharing and best of luck. 

Molly Moore submitted media.

Drew Thurlow

I think this is really, really strong. The song is well written. It has that really interesting coda that adds an extra dynamic. Lyrically it's a clear message - and you can sing your ass off. The video ethereal and cool. Great work, I'm going to check out some of your other music. 

Going Solo

Really love the voice and your way of singing this song. Also, I enjoyed the dark, arty mood of the video. Maybe, the choral part makes the song's sound a little too bombastic but it might be just a matter of personal taste. I'll include this video in the next update of the blog's video section, which will happen early next week and will be shared on our social pages. Thanks for the submission.

Bree Noble

We'd like to air your song on the station. Please send us a private message on Fluence so we can connect and get your song on the air.

Alan Cross

Sexy video. Well done. Great performance and production on everything. Take THAT, Lana Del Rey. 

Now that you've got the song and the video, what are your plans going forward? How are you going to rise above all the noise that's out there? Some suggestions:

1. If you don't already have a radio plugger, hire one. This should be on a SiriusXM's XMU along with several other channels like The Loft.

2. Make friends with as many bloggers as you can. You need to build buzz. I like this enough that I'll post it on my site. 


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