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Image Description: The band lie on the grass, dressed in colourful outfits comprised of bright illustrations.


molejoy is a band that came out of an intentional sonic experiment. It was birthed of the decieptful 

ashes of the heady summer of 2016 and against the continual rise of fascism. A space to scream and shout and be awkward and not know but do anyway...


But just a band really.

In March, 2019 we released our first EP 'I HATE IT BUT ITS FREE' with the help of friends. You can find on bandcamp here.

molejoy is Sophie Chapman (bass), Giles Bunch (guitar) and Kerri Jefferis (drums), all vocals.


Trashy boppy non-heroic beats for anyone who wants them. Sounds like a lot of things emerging together. Often you can hear what they are saying. Have you seen the movie 'We Are The Best?'

A warm, saturated photograph depicting the band playing at Noisy Night in Sussex. Giles is on guitar, looking serious, Kerri on drums looking happy and Sophie wit her back towards the camera, emphatically finger picking her bass.
Image Description: A close-up of Giles backlit by a blue light, his figure dramatically silhouetted whilst the audience is in the background, out of focus.
A photo of the band in a car park, Kerri on the left, Giles in the middle and Sophie on the right. They wear intense expressions, decked out in neon shorts over white leggings and vests.

Songs about cool sexy mums, radicalising your children, battlecries about bodies, irreverence about capitalism monetising your life and selling it back to you, microwaves and break ups.


Some people say molejoy is like... 'not for everyone' or 'unpopular pop.' Beats to the Bar wrote this really articulate review though (scroll down to March) and said that molejoy....

'mix a serious social message into their often-disjointed minimalist fun'


our lyrics... 'cutting and, at times, hilarious' with 'no traditional structure' but 'no need to'. Likening our antics to: Erase Errata, Numbers, Captain Beefheart, Le Tigre.​ 

We have been super lucky to play some amazing gigs with Charismatic Megafauna, Trash Kit, The Slugs, Best Praxis, Upset Stomach, Jules and Charles Hayward's Sound is Sound. We have also supported orgs like Mermaids (get Friction Shifters mixtape here!), Lesbians and Gays Support the Migrants and End Deportations. We have also been crowned the 'official house band' by The Antiuniversity.

Have a listen here.

Follow our stuffs on instagram or Facebook.

Grab some merch from Independents United.

Get in touch if you're hosting a gig:

Kerri wears a passionate expression as she screams into the distance while performing at the I HATE IT BUT IT'S FREE launch.
A close-up of the vibrant, neon pink setlist
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