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Ever heard of Country House? Neither have we. Enter: Molly Parton and “Redneck,” the second single off his upcoming EP, Welcome to Mollyville.”Redneck” has banjo, synths, and a fat house beat, and we can’t get it out of our heads.

Rob “Rez” Resnick AKA Molly Parton is half of electropop duo Timeflies. After seeing massive success with Timeflies, Resnick cites Avicii’s “Hey Brother,” “Wake Me Up,” and others as his inspiration to pursue a solo career in country house. As a huge country music fan himself, and a producer with nearly two decades of dance/pop production under his belt, Resnick created Molly Parton.

After his debut single, “California”, reached 60 million views on Tik Tok, Molly Parton dropped “Redneck.”

“Redneck,” out May 1, 2020, is a unique combination of southern charm and four-on-the-floor dance beats. The vocals are fun and catchy. And… is that banjo? Where did I put my cowboy hat?

Resnick shares his thoughts on the track and the inspiration behind “Redneck:”

I’d been thinking for a while about how the word ‘redneck’ has always been used, and while to some extent it’s been reclaimed, the word itself has never really been repurposed. To me, it sounded like something a girl might call a hickey – and what a cool idea for a girl to want to give their lover a mark so that other girls would know they’re taken.

Rob “Rez” Resnick AKA Molly Parton

With his signature platinum blonde wig, Molly Parton is destined to turn heads in the electronic industry.

Grab your Busch Light and mount that horse – listen to “Redneck” here:

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