Rhythm Nation: Molly O’Mahony
The west Cork singer-songwriter picks the ten tracks that mean the most to her
Molly O’Mahony’s latest single could hardly be any more personal. “Brother Blue was inspired by a meeting with my younger brother some years back,” says the west Cork singer-songwriter, who has spent a decade performing with art-folk group Mongoose but will release her debut solo album in 2022.
“[This] triggered a storm of sadness in me and frustration around my powerlessness to halt family patterns of self-criticism. I wrote Brother...
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