Writing music for more than half her life, Molly Svrcina aka SVRCINA, has gained the reputation of a prolific writer to music industry professionals. After signing her first publishing deal at the age of 13, recording in countless studios, and traveling thousands of miles while working with dozens of experts, SVRCINA’s already seen success that verifies she is living her purpose.

SVRCINA has grown and changed as any artist/writer and young person does. SVRCINA’s goal is to create music that not only she connects with personally, but is culturally transcendent. Experimentation with sounds, mixtures of musical elements with cultural personality traits, influence day faith and current events, SVRCINA is carving out a niche that music lovers around the world will embrace. With her strength wrapped in tenderness, distinctive vocals, and blend with cutting edge producers, SVRCINA is a sound that heaven wants earth to hear!

This sound is what compelled SVRCINA to move to Berlin, Germany in January 2018 to spend time honing in on her writing and growing her network of producers, to tap into a more global sonic approach. Writing well over 20 songs during her time there, in May she returned to Nashville to focus on finishing up her album, several songs that were produced in Germany (Dragonflies, Back to Good, and Come Together) during her 3 month stay there. Additionally, she locked up several feature opportunities, all of which are listed below.

As of July 2018, SVRCINA has written well over 600 songs and had countless licensing placements as well as several Spotify playlists’.




Initially stumbling on the music video for "God Bless the Broken Road"while flipping through tv channels at home with my brother, I can genuinely say that moment was the initial spark that unlocked a desire to be an artist and songwriter. Literally, at only eight years old, I wasn’t exposed to a vast range of music and I had NO clue what songwriting even was. But after hearing that song, my mom bought the CD for our family, and I listened from top to bottom until it was almost unplayable with scratches, and feel I nearly memorized every word on the CD sleeve. I remember often coming home from school, running down into my basement, blasting this album, and practicing, trying to imitate vocal runs and tones. This album has a shameless soft spot.