Formed in 2000, Molly Bloom have always written and performed their own original material. The band consists of flute, classical guitar, drums and bass. They play both acoustically and plugged in and over the years have gathered a fan base of all ages.

The band have taken their music out on the road to their own audiences and played alongside others such as Focus, Men they couldn’t hang, Flook , The Dylan Project, Last Night’s Fun, Maartin Allcock, 3 Daft Monkeys and many more .

They have played various festivals up and down the country from Eden in Scotland to more local events like Ramsbottom Festival where they were invited to open up the very first festival on the main stage that hosted later The Animals and The Waterboys.

“We like to think of our music as energy packed with a definite dark twist to the lyrical stories. There are always plenty of people dancing and chanting to our songs who have been fans of us for years and people who meet us for the first time usually get involved a couple of tracks into the set. We always have fun at our gigs and the fans always make a gig a memorable one.”

Molly Bloom will be supported by Adventures of Salvador who say “We don’t belong in a box and to try to confine us to a genre is impossible! “Urban surf”, “progsurfabilly” and the “oldest new sound around” – that’s how we’ve been described. Our music is as unique as we are.”

Also on the line up is Stupid Cosmonaut who experiment with electronic, ambient and psychedelic sounds.

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Last session: Fri 12 May 2017 at 8:00 PM - This event has now passed
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Molly Bloom

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