Molly’s summertime tour schedule is well underway, taking her from Nova Scotia to Ontario. Watch for upcoming shows at Halifax Pride (July 26), Festimagouche at the Tatamagouche Centre (Aug 23), and then to Sarnia for the Festival of Good Things (Aug 30). Click here for more tour details.
Coming up, Molly will be holding a special “One For The Books” contest for students. Keep an eye on Molly’s Facebook page for more details!
(photo by Molly at Gordie Sampson Songcamp in Ingonish NB)
Molly’s new single “Silence Don’t Scare Me” is hitting the airwaves this summer. Watch the lyric video on YouTube or have a listen to the Soundcloud link below. We’re already hearing the song on rock radio in the East Coast and Ontario, so tune in and turn it up!
Thanks to Rick Keene for this great review of Columbus Field!
“For England–born Molly Thomason, her third album is a charm. With a love of Joan Jett propelling her through Toronto (her adopted home), Molly’s star is on the rise. Citing two of Canada’s sweethearts as influences, it is easy to hear why Molly uses the ‘teenage angst’ in her favor. Columbus Field is the name of the album. Columbus Field is the place where some of her thoughts arrive from. Dirty, gritty and complete with ear-catching melodies, Columbus Field is a record to be reckoned with.”
It’s very cool Rick mentions Joan Jett because Molly is one of the top 10 bands campaigning to open for Joan Jett at Amnesia RockFest in Montebello, QC from June 20-21. YOU can help her to win this opening spot by voting here – and you can vote every day! – amnesiarockfest.com.