With her last feature release dropping just over two years ago with the ‘Third Eye High’ EP, Los Angeles artist Molly Moore showcases plenty of growth and polish in her highly anticipated debut album ‘Voice on the Internet’ – a twenty-track offering that dives deep into the world of electronic/pop with copious amounts of colour being displayed.
Throughout the duration of ‘Voice on the Internet’, we see emotionally-fuelled lyricism on offer that is coupled with an uplifting and energetic soundscape. With plenty of depth on offer in the instrumentation compiled, whether that be the vigorous synths or the playful beats for example, Molly Moore provides a welcomed contrast in her mixes that are heightened with her enlightening vocals soaring across.
“It’s been a really cathartic experience making this body of work. I was in a lot of pain at the beginning of this process and I think I’ve done a lot of healing since and through creating these songs…This album is about my first real heartbreak, social media, self-discovery, and independence. It’s an album for people to play when they want to text their ex but shouldn’t. It’s a strong embrace of the good, the bad and the ugly sides of who I am, who I’ve been, and what I’ve been through.” – Molly Moore