Sarah McGowan “Molly”

Next week, Connecticut native Sarah McGowan drops her EP, Indian Summer. The latest single from the album is “Molly.” A 90s singer/songwriter-esque track, “Molly” is reminiscent of artists like Liz Phair and Juliana Hatfield. The ballad uses the double entendre of Molly being both a girl’s name and the name of a drug to create an interesting lyric excursion. When McGowan sings “Molly, leave my man alone” is she speaking to another woman or a drug? You might have to really delve into the lyrics to find out.

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