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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, Molly Warburton’s new single, Midnight Hour, is an emotion fueled indie pop song.
Molly Warburton possesses unrivaled strength and individuality. Her soft, vulnerable core blends seamlessly with her tough exterior, a combination that shines brightly throughout her expanding musical releases. Warburton brings her stories to life with the vibrancy of her sound, chronicling her life through intoxicating indie-pop songs.
Having begun playing the guitar when she was only ten years old, Molly went on to compete in a number of competitions as a child, and later studied music. She began gigging when she was a teenager and has continued to do so ever since as her passion for the industry grew. Molly now lights up the room with her truly infectious indie pop anthems and positive outlook on life, bringing her unique musicality to the ears of listeners everywhere.
Now, Molly Warbuton has had her music included on well-known playlists like New Music Friday, New Pop UK, and Chilled Pop Hits, to name just a few, with over one million streams on Spotify alone. She has performed at numerous festivals and venues throughout the UK and Ireland, including the Shepherd Bush Empire in London, the Manchester Ritz, and the O2 venues in Leeds, Liverpool, Bristol, and Birmingham. She supported Tom Meighan on his 2022 tour, performing on the stages of Highest Point, Kendal Calling, and Forgotten Fields festivals, and she even appeared as BBC Introducing Lancashire’s Record of the Week!
Her most recent single, Midnight Hour, describes a realization that occurs when you identify the aspects of your life that are preventing you from moving forward. Midnight Hour was written about two friends of hers, and about having a moment of madness with someone in your friendship group—a so-called “stranger” in the song—while you’re in a deadend relationship. When you can’t stop fantasizing about what you could have and how young and free it would make you feel, but you know it isn’t something that would work out.
Upbeat danceable anthem Midnight Hour shines bright with a newfound confidence and self-worth and features twinkling synths, euphoric harmonies, and emotion-fueled vocals. It was inspired by artists like Haim, Jade Bird, and Maisie Peters. The song’s lyrics emphasize the feeling of being trapped, but eventually set free and able to truly express your emotions.
The music video that goes along with the song was shot in a “typical” date setting. It shows the different emotions and sides of people’s relationships as well as how they might try to hide things. The fun video shows the vocalist wearing various outfits and colours, mirroring the battle of emotions while going through a difficult time.
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