Robert Stein, aka Molone currently resides in Dortmund, Germany where he a multi instrumentalist and songwriter. The solo artist has five daughters and he uses them, among other life experiences and possible hardships as a way to get a raw and authentic sound, which also gives him the variety you know and love.

In April of last year, Molones’ debut single “You Stay With Me” started catching the attention of the music industry. It received massive radio time and media coverage, he is now using this success to promote his new album “Alone”.

On the opening track, “Always”, Molone starts you off with a nice toe dip in the pool. It eases you into to discovering who he is as an artist. It’s almost as if its a mixture of dirt road country and a classic rock sound, either way it’s a song that’ll be stuck in your head. It’s a great way to start the album off.

“You Stay With Me” is a song you already know and love, on the other hand, “Let It Go” is showing you the other sides of Molone. The head bobbing song will make you listen extremely hard, the funk guitar mixed with the Indian like sound will make you love his style even more. This is a song that’ll make you want to grab your partner and dance.

If you’re ready to take things to an angelic plane, then “Come Home” is the track for you. This not so love song is the one that will hit you right in your feels. This beautiful, pure sounding song makes you want to close your eyes and drift off into your own land.

If you loved “Always” then “Save Your World” will be a side of Molone that you love. This sticks to this classic rock sound but just adding synths, so it makes it sound more like an 80s song. You can imagine how fun and cheesy the video could be, this song puts a smile on your face.

As the album is coming to a finish, you might find yourself feeling more euphoric than when you started. According to Molone, “The End” gives you a chance to reflect, as you think on things that you have maybe been putting off, you’ll understand why Molone is so loved.

From beginning to end “Alone” took you on an emotional trip, you’ve laughed, cried, smiled, felt pain…you’ve felt so many things through this album and that’s what makes a great musician. When they can make you feel your emotions, when they can make you feel safe, that’s when you know you’ve found a one of a kind artist.

Written by Jaye Maverick




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