Molly Burch’s first album, Please Be Mine, is a throwback – a heavily retro collection of lost loves, smoky vocals, and instrumentals that are deliberately familiar. If you like that sort of thing, then this is comfort music – it just asks to be listened to in a darkened room, preferably whilst wearing velvet and sipping at something suave and alcoholic. If, on the other hand, you can get enough of Old Hollywood very quickly, then the whole album might be a bit much.Read More
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