Pop singer, songwriter, and producer Molly Moore has released the video for her latest single “Handsomer” ft. Maty Noyes, an intoxicating post break-up banger about transcending the negative emotions following the end of a relationship while challenging the social stigmas typically associated with femininity and embracing a newfound independence. The track is off Molly’s forthcoming debut album Voice on the Internet, out November 13th.
“Since the essence of the song is about self-worth, empowerment, not needing anybody else to feel complete, we wanted to paint that image while still making people laugh,” Molly shares about the video for “Handsomer” which was directed and produced by Dillon Petrillo and Brittany Freece, features a cast of friends, and was shot at her and Maty’s house.
“It’s easy to get caught up when someone is not treating you right but it’s amazing what can happen when we come together, lift each other up, and focus on ourselves rather than stressing about people who don’t appreciate us,” shares Maty on the track. “We play superheroes of self-love in this video and practice that every day in our lives.”
The New York-born and Los Angeles-based songstress spouts raw thoughts through real anthems on her 2020 full-length debut, Voice on the Internet. The album is an ode to her journey towards self-discovery and will feature “Handsomer” alongside Molly’s previously released singles “IRL,” “I love you but I don’t like you,” and “Be Here Now.”
Previously one-half of Cosmos & Creature, the pop duo was signed to Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak label, garnered over 26 million streams, played sold-out shows at The Roxy and The Troubador in Los Angeles, and shared the stage with artists such as Dua Lipa, John Mayer, Bebe Rexha, and Jesse McCartney. Since their breakup and the sudden loss of her father, Molly has ventured off to create her own music, telling her personal journey through her music. An incredible pop artist in her own right, Molly has amassed over 13 million streams and praise from the likes of PopDust, Ladygunn, LA Weekly, PopCrush, Impose Magazine, buzzbands.la, and Atwood Magazine amongst others.