Hailing from the small city of Lancashire, Molly Warburton is armed with unparalleled strength and individuality. Her tough exterior blends with her soft, vulnerable core – a combination that shines brightly across her growing repertoire. Through intoxicating indie-pop melodies and a powerhouse of vocal energy, Warburton proves that at her core, she is a truly passionate storyteller, bringing her chronicles to life with the vibrancy of her sound.
Picking up the guitar at just ten years old, the musician grew up embarking on several competitions and later studied music. As her love for the industry grew exponentially, she started gigging in her teens and has been ever since. Bringing her unique musicality to the ears of budding listeners everywhere, she lights up the room with her truly contagious indie pop anthems and positive outlook on life.
Her latest single “Gravity” takes inspiration from her own experiences and her love for music. The songwriter confides, “Many may think it’s about someone but actually it’s about something. I guess when being a musician you can fall in and out of touch with your sounds, inspirations and passion for your music. When I wrote ‘Gravity’ I had just recently been through this cycle feeling very uninspired to perform or write new music, almost falling out of love with it, but after taking some time out and realizing what I had achieved and developed through music I found this new energy, new sounds and a new love for my music.”
Emitting a dreamy, ethereal quality that builds into an uplifting and infectious pop-fuelled chorus, “Gravity” is sonically inspired by the likes of Fleetwood Mac, KT Tunstall and Kate Bush.
Warburton stands up for a generation with ambition and a desire to make a difference. Her mission to overcome hardships and negativity is delivered with revelatory freshness and pragmatism. Emphasising the importance of remaining true to yourself and sticking to what you love, she confides “I hope to think it inspires young artists to follow their musical ambitions in life. I think music is a hard industry to conquer and I like to show my journey through my songs.” In an ode to authenticity, she hopes to inspire young creatives to persevere, no matter the scale of their next endeavour.
With over one million streams on Spotify alone, the artist has seen her music land on renowned playlists such as New Music Friday, New Pop UK and Chilled Pop Hits, to name a few. Garnering humbling support from the likes of Earmilk, Music Crowns and NOTION, she has performed at countless festivals and venues around the UK and Ireland, including London’s Shepherd Bush Empire, Manchester Ritz, and O2 venues across Leeds, Liverpool, Bristol and Birmingham. Appearing on the festival stages of Highest Point, Kendal Calling and Forgotten Fields, she supported Tom Meighan on his 2022 tour, and even appeared as BBC Introducing Lancashire’s Record of the Week! Needless to say, Molly Warburton is set to soar in success.