Molly is pink, Holly is blue and Polly is purple. Together they´re Dolly Style, a colourful trio that has taken Sweden by storm.
Songs like ”Unicorns & Ice Cream”, ”Upsy Daisy”, ”Young & Restless”, ”Cherry Gum” are sweet as candy, yet pack a solid punch of the dancefloor. Dolly Style was created in 2014 by the song-writing team Emma Nors and Palle Hammarlund, who were inspired by Japanese kawaii fashion and superhero-like characters of Kiss. They found three Stockholm girls for the first track ”Hello Hi” and competed in the 2015 edition of Melodifestivalen. Dolly Style immediately became favourites of young viewers who also started to dress like them. Their second single ”Cherry Gum” was an even larger hit (more than thirteen million views on Youtube). They performed hundreds of concerts and were described as ”a plastic fantastic sugar-rush” by critics. In 2016 the band competed in Melodifestivalen once more, with the high-energy disco track ”Rollercoaster” and found thousands of new listeners. Following up with hits like ”Unicorns and Ice Cream” and ”Bye Bye Baby Boo”. 2019 Dolly Style participated in Melodifestivalen again with “Habibi”, a happy pop song with a very infectious chorus that everyone danced to. While the band has become the most unique Swedish pop act of the 2010’s, the fans (dollys) have created an entire pastel-coloured subculture on social media. This phenomenon is spreading outside Sweden’s borders. Molly, Holly and Polly are about to dollify the world.