British alternative rockers Youth Killed It have released a new song titled "Molly" off their upcoming debut album “Modern Bollotics”, due out on 12th May 2017 via Rude Records. Pre-orders available now. The band is also going on a UK tour to support the release of the record.

Singer Jack Murphy says about the song’s meaning: "Molly is a song written about my life partner, my soul mate and my best mate in the world, Molly the Maine Coon (Cat). For just over a year now we have lived in each others company, we eat, sleep and watch TV together and it has been a life changing experience, I'm covered in scratches, my clothes are completed with holes and fur but I wouldn't change it for the world and thats what the song states. You just don't know a friendship like this until you've experience it first hand."

Buy the single at this link, and catch the band on release week at the following shows:

13.05 - Southampton, Hanger Farm Arts Centre
14.05 - Manchester, Satans Hollow
15.05 - Leeds, The Packhorse
16.05 - Leicester, The Shed
17.05 - Norwich, Epic Studios
18.05 - Birmingham, Subside

Youth Killed It’s debut album “Modern Bollotics” is charged with strong bass lines, crisp guitar sounds and heavy drums that recall funk and hip-hop. A musical recipe guaranteed to leave you with earworms that’ll be stuck in your head for days, along with the uncontrollable urge to move!
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