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The peerless synth-pop songwriter has some weirdly hopeful ideas about our sick sad world.
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Molly Nilsson kicking off North American tour in NYC (dates)

Music / Rock & Pop : Brooklyn Vegan

by Andrew Sacher Over the summer, we mentioned that Berlin-via-Stockholm lo-fi pop songwriter Molly Nilsson, who contributed to John Maus' excellent 2011 LP, We Must Become the Pitiless Censors of Ourselves, is coming to NYC for a s...

Molly Nilsson – “About Somebody” Video

Music / Indie Music : Stereogum

Next month, the Swedish DIY synthpopper Molly Nilsson will release her album IMAGINATIONS. She's been sharing its songs for almost a year, and we've already heard "Think Pink," "Let's Talk About Privileges," "Money Never Dreams," an...

Molly Nilsson – “Money Never Dreams”

Music / Indie Music : Stereogum

Molly Nilsson has been sparingly sharing tracks from her forthcoming album, IMAGINATIONS, over the past year: “Think Pink” in the summer and “Let’s Talk About Privileges” in the fall, and today she’s released “Money Never Dreams,” j...

Molly Nilsson – “Let’s Talk About Privileges”

Music / Indie Music : Stereogum

Enigmatic Swedish musician Molly Nilsson has a new album called IMAGINATIONS coming out at the beginning of next year, the follow-up to 2015’s Zenith. This past summer, we heard sharp single “Think Pink,” and today she’s shared anot...

Molly Nilsson - I Hope You Die

Entertainment / Music : Indie Shuffle

Sounds like: Zola Jesus, John Maus Song: Molly Nilsson - I Hope You Die What's so good? I don't know how this one slipped through the cracks. Swedish avant-garde synth-pop from Berlin. Need I write more?  Molly Nilsson is, dare I ma...

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