Pieces of Molly’s frontman, Ewen Glasgow, was the creator of Christchurch’s primal garage rock band, which began in 2012.
Glasgow has been a music-head all his life, playing gigs since he was 13 and now teaching guitar to kids at Cashmere Primary.
“I thought about it the other day, I’m not quite sure what I would do without music,” Glasgow said.
The band, who have had songs played on the Rock Radio Station, toured with sludge metal band Beastwars, played with Legendary NZ metal act Devilskin and have now recently signed with Ozzy Osbourne’s bassist Rob 'Blasko' Nicholson's heavy metal label Ripple Music.
“Our manager told me to share our newest track onto a Google document, the track was completely unmastered and had no vocals.
“Little did I know our track was to be shared with Ripple music’s CEO, Todd Severin,” Glasgow said.
Glasgow believes it’s a massive milestone for the band.
“This has massive implications to the band, now we can share all our music through the labels social media channels, which have larger international audiences.”