Molly Moore has been writing songs since she was seven years old. The New York native has penned tracks for artists like Felix Cartal, DubVision, Dyro, Vicetone & Lost Kings, making a name for herself in the electronic music scene. This connection would
propel her debut EP, Shadow of the Sun, into heavy rotation on the remix charts, boosting viral alt-pop hits like Peace of My Heart
(#1 on iTunes Dance Charts) to a whole new audience. Coming off the hype of Shadow of the Sun (#29 on iTunes Main Charts) and success of her project with Brandyn Burnette, Cosmos & Creature, Molly Moore is set to release her second EP in November, Now You See Me, featuring Free Spirit and Imaginary Friends (#17 on iTunes Main Charts). “I wrote this EP as an unfiltered look into my journey of self,” says Molly, “It's very close to my heart, a lot of the words were written as stream of consciousness.” Lyrically uninhibited, Now You See Me finds Molly Moore right in her element, moving sonically into a more experimental production style that draws loose comparisons to Banks and London Grammar.
Molly is also 1/2 of Progressive Pop duo COSMOS & CREATURE.