A 9 song album “Time Is Medicine” was recorded in Grant Park by a handful of GSU students, self-released in 2011. The writing on the record spans 6 years of vulnerability before playlisting or selling a product was a concern.
Her 2016 EP “With Me in the Summer” was made in Nashville over the course of 4 years, 3 producers and 15 musicians while Molly worked as a waitress. Touring became more common for her, thanks to the camaraderie in Nashville and after a heartbreak unclogged a flood of emotions, Molly began work on a sophomore full length in the summer of 2017 with guitar aficionado Juan Solorzano (Tyminski, Houndmouth) and former COIN member Zachary Dyke (Liza Anne, COIN, Preston Lovinggood). Though no album title or concept has been announced yet, there have been 3 very different singles released from this mysterious unnamed body of work: Sail on the Water (Nov 2017), Who Did You Leave for Me (Feb 2018) and most recently Bolting Volts (Nov 2018). She could swim in a myriad of genres, but her voice is what floats above the rest, the haunt of a siren, like what we expect from Alison Krauss, Björk, or Adrianne Lenker.