Grizzled eau de parfum, radiates in the singing swift in lyrical angst and nostalgic profundity. Molly Ringworm’s ‘Stale’ instigates with pokes of jaunting irony and good humored effervescence, as you gainfully breathe in the freshness.
The song, in its development, searches for “honesty and raw emotion in an art world that values marketability and image”.
This New Jersey based indie rock band is a battle for inner strength and life rich wonders by Sarah Holt. It solidified into this current form of drenched DIY guitars and support delight with guitarist and cousin Johnny Zappas, bassist Andrew Simpson (Roach Coach) and drummer Niko Berardo (Lay Low).
It’s a return to when it seemed more innocent. With Molly Ringworm, we can have at it, once more.
Now, and forever.
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Sometimes I feel like I am lazy and could be doing so much more artistically but I have to remind myself that there are no deadlines when it comes to making art and doing what you love. Looking back on the year, I did so much and I am thankful I got to make music with my friends. Everything was topped off with an amazing night in Asbury on Sunday with some of the best bands from NJ. Thanks @sonicblumeband @shoobiesnj & @skyelinetheband for having us. Pics from that by @davidrosslawn