Chilled Swedish pop vibes.
Swedish RnB talent Molly Hammar’s debut London performance took place at Colours Hoxton last night and it was one of the best showcases I’ve caught this year.
This kid owns the stage and the vocal range on her is nothing short of immense. Top tracks performed included pop banger ‘Words’ and racy ‘Bathtub Moments’.
Soca-inspired Danish electro pop.
Swedish RnB with an undercurrent of coolness that could only be achieved in that unique Scandinavian way.
“Growing up playing the violin and the piano I was exposed to a lot of film music composers such as Hans Zimmer and Steve Jablonsky but also to the electro pop music my friends would listen to. Both of these genres have majorly influenced the way I write and produce my songs, incorporating both electronic beats and acoustic instruments such as lush strings, piano and guitar to achieve the sound-universe I enjoy.”
“This track was an inspired epiphany for me. I found direction in my sound after creating this track. Jack Graham’s talented vocals are the gilded sprinkle on top of this.”
While this talent isn’t new, the song is quite a sublime piece of Danish pop. A playfully balanced contrast between innocent pop and dark indie.
Finnish dream pop with heavy hints of melancholy.