The world of Molly Moore is a constant buzz of creativity and anxiety, forming into Imaginary Friends.
The New York artist never fails to impress, with how easily she can piece together her own tales of anxiety and fear into inclusive pop. On Imaginary Friends, Moore speaks of her struggles of making genuine friends when she moved to LA.
Haunting sirens open up Imaginary Friends, with echoing guitar hooks that give a nod to Daughter’s ethereal sound; while the inclusion of a marimba and trumpet add a more upbeat tone to Imaginary Friends. Moore’s lyrics speak of fear and isolation, struggling to connect with the potential facades of new friends, continuing on with Moore’s emotionally deep style of song writing.