Molly Karloff, the hard-hitting, three-piece British alt-rock, grunge rock band, release their highly anticipated follow-up EP, “Supernaturalation” on Friday 6th March 2020. The EP is distributed digitally by Cargo, physically by Roulette Media and available to pre-order on Friday 10th January here. The band’s EP launch will be held at The Blackheart in Camden Town, London, on Thursday 27th February.
The first single “She Said” will be released Friday January 10th. The single is available to pre-order here.
Since the release of their critically acclaimed debut EP, “Dancing for Money” (2018), the Oxfordshire based band have toured their contagiously hook-filled, fist pumping sound around the country, including packed venues across Oxfordshire and London’s Camden Town.
Whether they are playing at rock and metal festivals in Oxfordshire or supporting Oliver Dawson’s Saxon at RockFest, people are talking about Molly Karloff’s addictive riff driven, no-nonsense punchy rock sound in a very positive way.
After the release of the “Dancing for Money” EP, they released a music video for the title track and performed a number of shows to support their release and build momentum. Within only two short months, the band were headlining their first sell-out show at The Wheatsheaf in Oxford, shortly followed by a joint headline show at the O2 Academy Oxford.
As the band continued to build momentum, they started to catch the attention of the press. Down the Front Media hailing their EP as a “No-holds-barred debut from a band that has spontaneously clicked into place and erupted onto the scene with a sucker punch!” The press attention escalated on an international scale with Brazilian site, Rock Vibrations, and the US’s Rock-n-Review continuing the superlative-laden praise. Back home in the UK, vocalist, guitarist and songwriter, Simon was interviewed by Moshville Times as the plaudits continued with Manchester Rocks placing the band’s debut EP in their top 10 EPs of 2018.
MOLLY KARLOFF – 2020 UK DATES
Camden, The Black Heart – EP Launch 27 February
Oxford, The Bullingdon 06 March
Stoke, The Rigger 14 March
Bolton, The Alma 21 March
Doncaster, The Woolpack 27 March
Ipswich, The Smokehouse 28 March
Northampton, The King Billy 05 April
Colchester, The Soundhouse 10 April
Birmingham, Scruffy Murphy’s 11 April
Swansea, Hangar 18 17 April
Norwich, B2 24 April
Southampton, The Firehouse 30 May
Hastings, The Carlisle 27 June
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