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19 Year Old Mollie Freedman releasing debut song in aid of Future Dreams

Posted by Olivia Phillips on 08 March 2024

Mollie Freedman is launching her first single “Sorry Is Not Okay” on March 18th in aid of Future Dreams Breast Cancer Charity.

Mollie has teamed up with songwriter and producer Perrie Young, Founder of CreativeKid and Perrie Young Music, to release her first single “Sorry Is Not Okay”.

She felt an affinity with this song, which talks about love and hurt, compassion and empathy, friendship and relationships. The types of emotions that all teenagers will experience at some time in their lives whether that is between themselves and their partner, friends, or their parents.

Mollie says: “Saying sorry is part of life, and it is overused and misused so much of the time and a real throw away word. Sorry doesn’t mean it’s all okay!”

When deciding upon a charity, Mollie felt very passionately about Future Dreams Breast Cancer Charity.

Her mum, Michelle, lost her best friend to breast cancer at the young age of 35 and Mollie wanted to mark her memory by raising much needed awareness and funds for the charity and cause.

Mollie says: “I feel extremely fortunate and privileged to be raising awareness amongst teenage women and men in my peer group. I want to encourage all people of my age to check themselves for the first signs of this disease and make them feel empowered to do so, without feeling any shame or embarrassment.”

Future Dreams CEO, Sam Jacobs, was delighted to hear that the charity had been personally chosen by Mollie.

“We feel proud that Mollie has chosen to support Future Dreams in the debut of her exciting creative career. Mollie has the opportunity to help raise awareness to a younger generation of listeners and by kindly choosing Future Dreams as the charity to benefit from the proceeds of the single, the impact of her support will be felt widely across the breast cancer community.”

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