Cosmos & Creature) has today unveiled her brilliant new indie pop gem called "Indigo", which feature some stellar trumpet playing courtesy of Ryan Svendsen and also serves as the fourth single following "Free Spirit", "Just A Dream" (featuring Brandyn Burnette) and "Imaginary Friends" to be lifted from her much-anticipated six-song sophomore EP titled Now You See Me, due for release on November 8th via Home Planet Records.
Speaking on the track, Molly says:
"This song was inspired by the concept of Indigo Children (i.e.: children who are believed to possess special, unusual, and sometimes supernatural traits or abilities). A lot of times, these children are wrongly diagnosed as having learning disabilities. This concept struck home for me as I feel this happens more often than not, to children & adults alike, and in many different ways. I identify with Indigo Children and I think it's a topic that definitely deserves attention."
Listen to "Indigo" and in case you missed it, also be sure to check out the lyric video for Cosmos & Creature's debut single, "Young", below.
Pre-order Molly Moore's Now You See Me EP on iTunes.
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