The CLOUT-championed emerging artist continues to establish her unique indie pop sensibilities.
Mollie Coddled has grown into a favourite of ours as of late, with her effortlessly cool and distinctive brand of indie pop finding a way into our hearts and minds with a slew of memorable, affable sounds.
Her latest release ‘Buden’ bounces with a similar laid-back charm to some of Easy Life’s more dreamy work, but with a melancholic, often anxious edge to the lyrics and the themes that gives the track a real sense of personality and candid honest. This does nothing to detract from the tracks danceable sensibilities however, and there is a really interesting dichotomy between the playful and fun and the more vulnerable and anxiety-laden aspects to the track. The end result is a package that feels wholly Mollie Coddled, and continues to establish the artist as an emerging force in modern UK indie pop, and a special talent that boasts a likeable, fun sound and personality and candid honesty that makes it hard not to root for her.
“Burden is the voice of the worried child living inside our heads.” Mollie says of the track. “The voice that tells us that we’re not cool enough, sexy enough, confident enough. Feeling like a burden is something everyone my age experiences and yet everyone tries to hide from.”