Peter Mol Premieres New Single

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Peter Mol
“This is a pretty light handed track thats a bit story-telly but i think the main narrative is really about people who inject calm and whole-ness into your life amidst everything else thats going on around you. You’d be hard pressed to find someone who HASN’T had moments or years of anxiety in their lives.”

“I think deep connection whether its a relationship or friendship is one of the strongest tools we have to combat the negative vibes from creeping in too much. Jesus Murphy was made in a few different studios while I was travelling/producing a few other records. Being able to make this song with some friends as well was also super fun. Started with a tiny little drum machine loop and grew into where it is now. This song doesn’t take itself too seriously….”
– Peter Mol

Peter Mol, the Canadian born producer, songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist, performer has filled these roles with some of the world’s biggest hit-makers (Arcade Fire, The Roots, Bruno Mars, Father John Misty, Quincy Jones and more). Mol splits his time between New York, Los Angeles, Nashville, and his studio in Edmonton where he currently lives.

The earlier years of his career were spent as a session musician for dozens of artists, both on the road and in the studio. Since signing a publishing deal with Secret Road in 2014, he’s switched gears to a more studio- centered focus with production and writing for both artists and the film and TV industry.

His works canbe found in major Hollywood pictures, documentaries, hundreds of network television shows, as well as numerous international ad campaigns. Peter also makes up half of the successful Canadian-indie duo Zerbin, who have landed multiple top 40 charting alt-rock singles, including “New Earth” – The group has several international tours under their belt, not to mention many large festival slots.

Mol is preparing the release of his first solo record. Self produced and recorded in several studios alongside many creative partners, Mol’s debut album is described as a foray into Mol’s world of self examination where both triumph and tragedy are rounded by playful and effervescent lyric and melody, crafted with his unique approach to instrumentation that feels both unorthodox and yet strangely familiar.


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