Molly Burch is an indie pop singer with a smoky voice and an affection for the vocal era, girl groups, and Brill Building pop.
Raised in Los Angeles by show business parents (her father a writer/producer, her mother a casting director), she grew up on a diet of classic film musicals and vocal legends like Billie Holiday
and Nina Simone
, and started singing as a preteen. Burch went on to study jazz vocal performance at the University of North Carolina at Asheville. After graduating, she relocated to Austin, Texas with a goal to write her own music and have a go at a music career. There, she reconnected with guitarist Dailey Toliver, whom she had met in college. They recorded most of her full-length debut at Dan Duszynski's studio in Dripping Springs, Texas in a single day, with minimal overdubs the following day. Captured Tracks
released the album of reverb-washed love songs, titled Please Be Mine, the week of Valentine's Day 2017. ~ Marcy Donelson, Rovi