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Molly-Anne Glow EP Review Graham Barnes – Belter Radio`s Country Belles Show The best thing about being a radio presenter is finding new artists and music to feature on the show. We find music in various ways checking out new releases, constantly searching for something new, different or maybe even older music that we haven’t featured before to keep the shows fresh and sometimes the music comes to us. Molly-Anne an artist based in Gloucestershire in the south west of England did just that she sent me some demos of her EP that she was using a rocket fuel campaign to fund. As I listened to the tracks supplied I was blown away by the clarity of her crystal clear vocals and that was just the un-finished demo tracks! I am pleased to say that the finished three track EP has certainly fulfilled the early promise of the demonstration tracks. Molly-Anne has a folk / country style to her music, a fusion that works amazingly well for her. Glow – We will start with the song Molly-Anne has chosen as her EPs title track. A beautiful intro sets the scene for the EP. This first track really focuses on Molly`s voice displaying her gorgeous voice to its full potential. Glow would make a good single, it is a beautifully put together summery track that really makes you want to hear more from the artist. Young Fever – This track again starts with a gently paced guitar and mandolin start. Young Fever is softly sung track no crash and burn here just simple story telling. As the title suggests this one is about young love, desire and missing a loved one who is away a lot and the changes that are noticed upon the subjects return. Corona Del Mar – The final track is my personal favourite it has a gentle rhythm and catchy hooks to really draw you in. Corona Del Mar has an addictive quality to the song I found it going round in my head way after I had finished listening to it. Starting with a gentle guitar intro Molly joins in with her trademark vocal tones to tell the story of the song a relationship in a far off place in the Californian sun. “I look back to that summer all the time it turns out freedom meant nothing if you`re falling apart.” The lyrics are well crafted and fit perfectly. “What`s to believe it`s a westerly breeze, you should have left me in Corona Del Mar” As the story goes the singer takes on a reflective slant longing for a return to carefree days of summer with a question of what if? Molly-Anne is an honest song writer whose down to earth attitude and persona is well reflected in her music. I am sure that we will be hearing a lot more from Molly-Anne as we go through 2018. The quality of her EP will go a long way in getting her name and music recognised for, not only the quality of her song writing but that gorgeous trade mark voice which is completely captivating. To find out more about Molly-Anne go to https://soundcloud.com/mollyannemusic https://rocketfuelhq.com/molly-anne

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Comments

  1. Molly Anne
    is a wonderful artists
    good to hear her on Belta radio
    the internet station that gives indie
    artists a chance, i thank you
    for that

    (Posted on 2018-02-15 17:29:00 by colin)
  2. Just another trial in the comments section.

    (Posted on 2018-01-19 23:04:00 by belters)
  3. Just trying this out

    (Posted on 2018-01-19 23:03:00 by Angel)

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