Molly Warburton

Molly started writing songs at the age of 17 in her small home town of Lancaster, in the North of England. Her debut album, released in early 2015, drew on her early influences of Fleetwood Mac, Simon and Garfunkel, and KT Tunstall. Later in 2015, her single 'Not Your Enemy' showcased a more mature songwriting style, with added contemporary influences including London Grammar and Hozier.
Ever since then her music and live performances have sparked interest in audiences all over the UK, into Europe and the United States. Her most notable recent gigs include The Borderline, Scala and O2 Academy Islington in London, the main stage at Kendal Calling festival and Melkweg in Amsterdam. 
Molly Warburton and her band having been playing together now for several years. The band has many influences which has helped them create their sound. Such artists include: Fleetwood Mac, Bombay Bicycle Club, Joan Armatrading and KT Tunstall. It is Made up Molly on Vocals and Guitar, Nick on Bass and BV's, Luke on Lead Guitar, Suds on Keyboard and BV's and Adam on Drums. 
Their recent releases 'Not Your Enemy' and a distinctive cover of Bruce Hornsby and The Range's 'The way it is' are both available to buy on iTunes.

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