Molly Karloff Announce New Album ‘Breaking Out’ For Summer 2022 Release with Crowdfunding Kickstarter Campaign

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(Spin Digit Editorial):- Oxford, United Kingdom Mar 2, 2022 ( – Kickstarter Crowd-Funding Campaign Opportunity Announced for 10 Track Debut Album  Available on All Formats with Various Support Packages 

Molly Karloff, the hard-hitting, three-piece British alt-rock, grunge rock band, announce the release of their debut album, ‘Breaking Out‘ for a Summer 2022 release.

Featuring 10 tracks, from an original 23 track selection, the band is currently working with Grammy Award-winning producer, Mike Exeter (Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Massive Wagons, Those Damn Crows, Cradle of Filth…) to deliver what promises to be an exciting, energetic selection of the band’s best work, with the now-familiar ‘Molly Karloff Sound’ they have become known for.

The band has also announced the launch of a crowd-funding campaign on Kickstarter to allow fans to become involved with the delivery of the album.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions and the cancellation of the 2020 tour in support of their 2nd EP, ‘Supernaturalation’, the band suffered some heavy financial setbacks after having funded the EP, tour, and associated marketing costs themselves.

Details of the Kickstarter campaign are available from the homepage of the band’s website at and on the short-URL: The campaign launches on 25th February 2022, with various support benefits available for fans.

This Oxfordshire-based trio has continued to build on the plaudits earned from their debut EP, with their follow-up, ‘Supernaturalation‘.

Continuing with the now distinctive ‘Molly Karloff‘ sound, and the theme of contagious guitar hooks and catchy melodies, their 2nd EP, was released through Roulette Media Records on 6th March 2020 to excited praise in the press.

Supernaturalation‘ was described by Powerplay Magazine as ‘straight to the naughty centre, ballsy rock‘ – 9/10. Fireworks Magazine went further, acclaiming ‘what Royal Blood might sound like if they wrote some good songs to go alongside their riffs‘.

Hard Rock Hell Magazine summed up the hugely positive reaction to the EP by echoing the sentiments of others as ‘an assault on your brain sort of music, smashing its way into your head and staying there is a fabulous way and I bloody love it!

After being invited to play as the house band for the Jon Holmes Show on BBC Radio, the band released their single, ‘She Said’. Much radio airplay followed from the likes of Hard Rock Hell Radio, MMH Radio, and Planet Rock, with the accompanying video attracting over 350 thousand views in the first couple of weeks, on Facebook alone!

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic curtailing the band’s UK 2020 tour after only three dates, they have continued to garner positive attention from both the press and fans alike, while beginning work on their forthcoming debut album.

In the meantime, the band collaborated with top producer, Romesh Dodangoda (Motorhead, Bring Me The Horizon, Bullet For My Valentine, Funeral For A Friend) to mix their release, ‘Do It Again‘  accompanied by a highly entertaining music video featuring the band scrubbed up as medical practitioners in a hospital where things get out of hand! 

The band followed up ‘Do It Again’ with their charity single, ‘She Said’ in aid of the mental health charity, ‘Mind’ which featured prominently on the main playlist of Planet Rock for three weeks, with the BBC also featuring the band on their ‘Introducing‘ show:

The high-energy performances of this electrifying Oxford-based band are comprised of Simon Gee (vocals, guitar), Dan Podbery (bass), and Jowie Adkins (drums).

For further information, contact:

Simon Gee
Tel: 07770 30 33 44

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