“Ol’ Time Love (v2)” : PRESS KIT


Single Release Date: March 8th, 2024

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“bittersweet and nostalgic with bass, strings and mandolin sounds swirling around the emotive vocals to beautiful effect”

– Robin Boardman on ‘Ol’ Time Love’, Louder than war


Artist Bio

Headshot- Conor Molloy

Conor Molloy is a singer/songwriter and composer from near Manchester, UK.

His previous releases have earned him national and regional airplay on BBC 6 music and BBC Introducing, Spotify editorial playlisting, and a UK tour opening for artists Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott, which led to a career highlight: playing a set of original material at the Royal Albert Hall.

Conor crossed the Atlantic in 2023, and now resides in Williamsburg, where he set on continuing and developing his adventures with music.

‘Ol’ Time Love (v2)’ is Conor’s first release Stateside, and he is currently working on new material for release in the near future.


About the Track

‘Ol’ Time Love (v2)’ is an alternative version of a track from Conor’s self-produced debut album ‘Logic Projects’ (2023).

It is about a longing for the past and an unwillingness to let go. It has been produced in an indie-garage style akin to tracks from Alex turner and the Arctic Monkeys.


Further links


Press

  • Review in Louder than War (2023): “Logic Projects is a thoroughly engaging album […] the melodious vocal and guitar are a delight throughout”
  • Interview in Indiefferential – July 2023 Pt 1 (2023)
  • Interview for Zone Radio (2021)
  • Interview in The Zine UK (2020)
  • Review in Louder than War (2020): Conor Molloy is “making a name for himself with his folk pop that is soaked with the warmth and melodies of the mid seventies.”
  • Salford Star (2019): “uplifting galloping tunes”
  • Bolton News (2018): “Conor’s lyrics demonstrate he is a natural born storyteller. Match that with his melodies, which range from the dark and sinister to the chirpy and humorous, and he’s definitely a singer who is destined for great things.”
  • Bury Times (2018): “his trademark style of folk-inspired melodies juxtaposed with humorous and, at times, sinister lyrics”