“End of the World was written originally as a song about not giving up on people who are important; no matter what life brings. It’s about forgiving, forgetting and loving until the end of the world.“
“The video, however, portrays Molly looking upon her younger self in a pledge to go to “the end of the world” to make the dreams of her younger portrayal come true. It’s a memoir-like take on the 10-year journey Molly took to make it to the point of releasing her first single as a nationally acclaimed solo rock artist: from humble beginnings, to hired gun guitarist, to a true artist – to the point of completing law school as a stepping stone to achieve the beholden artistic dream.”
Longtime guitarist jamming alongside rock, pop and country superstars like Frankie Ballard and the All-American Rejects. Molly D’Ago was born and raised in Syracuse New York, where she formed her first signed group, Pacinello in 2012.
She subsequently worked as a hired gun guitarist while putting herself through law school to better prepare her to launch her solo career. Her first single “Lifetime” (featuring Waylon Reavis of Mushroomhead) launched concurrently to the year she passed the New York State bar. From there she grew her following across the world charting in several European countries.
In 2020, she put out her second single (featuring Hugo Ferreira of Tantric). In 2021, she put her efforts into recording her debut album produced by Sahaj Ticotin, with album-titled single “End of the World” out March 1st, 2022.
Molly’s story is unique; it’s a marathon of events – from scraping it together on the road as a hired gun, to taking on law school from the back of a tour bus, to finally achieving her dreams of becoming her own artist. Her inspirational plight is one for the record books.