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Final release, September ep (1999)
The strong, early (Solace-era) side of Sarah McLachlan, Devils Wielding Scimitars, Eve's Plum
Molly Bancroft has a strong voice and her songwriting is equally powerful. I gather their first two releases were a little less rocking than their final release, September ep. (email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
September ep is the only one we've heard
Wide in U.S.
Recommended for fans of pop/rock
Molly Bancroft—vocals, guitar
Molly Bancroft, Simone Simonton and Murray Attaway
The songwriting here is way above pop/rock average. The songs are mostly on the shimmery rock side, though the verse of "Let It Out" is softer and crazy haunting—it has stuck in my head for years. It's too bad this band didn't continue down this path a while to see what happened. This has a ton of promise. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thanks to Sophia Gurley for work on this entry.
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