The Go Rounds have used Psychedelic Americana Pop, Twang-Rock & Jelly-Roll and [bits of all your favorite bands exploded into rock n roll confetti] as placeholders intending to cast an umbrella over the sprawling landscape of their sound. Fingerpicked hollow body guitar makes space for slashing fuzz tones; down tempo, introspective ambiance opens into synth-led dance pop; spellbinding vocals weave a silver cord through this field of lush textures and intricate arrangements — a variegated sonic voyage that changes and returns like the seasons, flourishing and weathering the Beauty and the Fury. The result is an experience that is at once accessible, engaging, evocative and surprising– the comfort of a sedan and the exhilaration of driving fast on a loose gravel road.
THE BEST OF WHAT’S NEXT: “The Go Rounds are bringing a head-clearing common sense to the sometimes senseless head-banging of rock ‘n’ roll. Or maybe they’re here to exterminate cynicism.” – Paste Magazine
The Kalamazoo, Michigan quartet has become an influential force within the Great Lakes music community over the last 8 years, releasing 4 LPs, 5 EPs and playing dozens of the region’s bountiful music festivals. Starting in small concentric circles around Michigan, The Go Rounds have traversed the nation’s coasts, made the pilgrimage to Texas for South By Southwest, shook, rattled and rolled two-night stands in Toronto and established a tradition of touring to Mexico City with independent label support from their partners at Pedro Y El Lobo Records. With a breadth of experiences reflecting that of their influences, they have amassed a resume including festivals such as Otis Mountain Get Down, SXSW, NuMuse Experimental Music Festival, Wheatland Music Festival, Camp Greensky, Green Music Fest Chicago, Blissfest, Mile of Music, Earthwork Harvest Gathering, Farmblock Fest, Founder’s Fest and Sinestesia Festival in Veracruz, Mexico to name a few. A list of acts they have supported includes Greensky Bluegrass, Joshua Davis, Vulfpeck, Jeff Tweedy, Billy Strings, Caroline Rose, Mickey Hart, Keller Williams, Luke Winslow-King, Mike Gordon, Delicate Steve, Bruce Hornsby, Frontier Ruckus, Sarah Shook and the Disarmers, Chris Bathgate, May Erlewine, Lucy Rose, Moon Taxi, Railroad Earth, Mandolin Orange and The Wood Brothers.
Molly is a musician, song-writer, and performing artist with a history of many projects and collaborations.
As she grows as an artist in creating solo work she continues to explore the truths and constructed realities of what it means to be alive as a woman of color navigating old and new territories through sound and space. Her unique past and desire for a sense of absolute freedom not only inform her emotive style of singing but also narrate her thought-provoking lyrics making for a moody, eclectic, colorful, and soulful mixture of voicing.