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NEWS: Molly Burman shares striking new single ‘Everytime’ and announces new EP

London based Irish songwriter Molly Burman has today shared the release of her second single, ‘Everytime’.  The track is released ahead of her newly announced debut EP ‘Fool Me With Flattery’, to be released August 20th via Prolifica Inc.

The track is really striking: compellingly honest and beautifully personal, pouring with masterful rhythm and glorious harmonies. We look forward to Molly’s debut EP with much anticipation.

Discussing the inspiration behind the song, Molly reveals: “’Everytime’ is about my sad excuse for a love life. I used to be so obsessed with dating and getting validation from guys, but they just kept ghosting me. It got to a point where I realised I needed to accept that I was going to be on my own for a while and might as well start loving my own company. It’s like a sort of love letter to myself, always there to remind me that I am enough and I am exactly what I want.”

 

 
‘Everytime’ is out now.

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