NEW SINGLE ‘DO IT AGAIN’ REMIXED BY ROMESH DODANGODA, NOW RELEASED
(FRIDAY 23 OCTOBER 2020)
Molly Karloff, the hard-hitting, British hard-rock power trio release their new single “Do It Again” from their critically acclaimed EP, “Supernaturalation” on 23 October 2020.
The single and the EP are released by Roulette Media Records, distributed worldwide through Cargo and are available from www.mollykarloff.co.uk.
The new single is also accompanied by a highly entertaining music video featuring the band scrubbed up as medical practitioners in a hospital where things get out of hand.
Since the release of their follow-up EP, ‘Supernaturalation‘ in March 2020, this Oxfordshire-based band have further cemented their place in the hard rock scene. Despite their tour being cancelled due to the COVID-19 lockdown, the band have been busy working on new material, and remixing existing tracks with the legendary producer, Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon, Funeral for a Friend, Bullet for my Valentine).
The ‘Supernaturalation‘ EP was described by Powerplay Magazine as ‘straight to the naughty centre, ballsy rock’ – 9/10.
Fireworks Magazine went further, acclaiming ‘what Royal Blood might sound like if they wrote some good songs to go alongside their riffs‘.
Hard Rock Hell Magazine described the EP as ‘an assault on your brain sort of music, smashing its way into your head and staying there in a fabulous way and I bloody love it!‘
The high-energy performances of this electrifying Oxford-based band are comprised of Simon Guilliard (Vocals, Guitar), Dan Podbery (bass) and Jowie Adkins (Drums).
Do It Again (About the Song)
The catchy joy ride continues with driving rhythms right from the outset of this tune. Melody and groove are in abundance before you’re hit with another contagious chorus laid over the pumping hooks of the guitars. Having no regrets seems an appropriate subject for this song to tackle, which continues its driving assault, taking only a small break away for the appropriately short and frenetic solo before launching the listener back into the crescendo that builds before the final chorus.