Bo Jolly is a London-based music collective of songwriters and producers, working with artists and musicians internationally.
The identity of the band members remains unknown, despite speculation.
Bo Jolly's debut single Better Things to Come features the vocals of Sarah McNeill from Ontario, Canada, and Malcolm 'Molly' Duncan on sax. Molly Duncan is a tenor saxophonist and founding member of Average White Band. Duncan has recorded with Ray Charles, Tom Petty, Dire Straits, Bryan Ferry and many others and has played live with artists including Marvin Gaye, Chaka Khan and Eric Clapton.
Bo Jolly's second release 'Stranger Things' has gained a lot of attention on YouTube since the release of the official music video. This single features Sarah McNeill on vocals, who has drawn comparisons to Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and Gwen Stefani from music journalists worldwide.