Molly Millington was always going to have a good music career. The name, to start with. Then a childhood of no screen time, an imagination left to run wild and as a young woman, an obsession with the art of the song.
At 19, the Central Coast native (UP THE CENNY) releases her first ever single, a Xavier Dunn-assisted, triangle-heavy piece of art that floats between whimsical, light-hearted pop number and heavy trap-door production.
We’re promised there’s a “bag full of sweet sweet melodies” intact and a couple of very big tour spots when the world finds its new normal.