Molly Burman has shared her ‘debut single proper’ Fool Me With Flattery, a track which leans on indie-pop and bedroom-pop.

Fool Me With Flattery is a track dedicated to those feeling belittled.

Molly Burman’s Fool Me With Flattery marks the first of a series of songs the London based Molly Burman is expected to release this year.  She began writing and recording music in her mid-teens, self-producing her own material and penning personal lyrics, giving her honest take on her life.

Speaking about Fool Me With Flattery, Molly Burman explains, “I wrote the song after a long day of feeling overlooked and ignored by some of the guys in my life. I was fed up, angry and used the stereotype of a mansplaining misogynist to let it all out. This song is for anyone who feels belittled and like they’re being made to shrink themselves; be as big as you possibly can, and don’t let anyone fool you with flattery.”

The track is accompanied by a video directed by Dora Paphides

Molly Burman grew up in an inherently musical family, with both parents gigging musicians, her Irish mother singing with Shane MacGowan of The Pogues and her father performing in bands alongside members of Bow Wow Wow and Sex Pistols.

image of Molly Burman courtesy Dora Paphides