Molly's Chambers

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"Molly’s Chambers"
Single by Kings of Leon
from the album Youth and Young Manhood
Released August 11, 2003
April 2005 (re-release)
Format CD Digipak, CD, 10"
Recorded 2003
Genre Garage rock
Length 2:15
Label Handmedown
10": HMD28
Producer(s) Ethan Johns
Kings of Leon singles chronology
"Red Morning Light"
"Molly's Chambers"
"Wasted Time"
Youth and Young Manhood track listing
"Spiral Staircase"
"Molly's Chambers"

"Molly's Chambers" is the second single taken from the Youth and Young Manhood album by the American rock band Kings of Leon.

This song has an alternate take known as "Molly's Hangover", however this version is slower until towards the end. It also features a different style of back-up vocals and different guitar solo(s).


The title is taken from a line in Thin Lizzy's version of the traditional Irish folk song "Whiskey in the Jar". "Molly's Chambers" is similar of the song "Falsario" by Babasónicos.[1]

Usage in media[edit]

Volkswagen used "Molly's Chambers" as the entire audio track in a television commercial advertising the Volkswagen Jetta.

It was released as downloadable content for the Rock Band video game series on July 21, 2009.

Track listing[edit]

CD Digipack[edit]

  1. "Molly's Chambers"
  2. "Wasted Time" (Live at the Birmingham Academy June 27, 2003)
  3. "Spiral Staircase" (Live at the Birmingham Academy June 27, 2003)

CD single[edit]

  1. "Molly's Chambers"
  2. "Molly's Chambers" (Live at the Birmingham Academy June 27, 2003)
  3. "Red Morning Light" (Live at the Birmingham Academy June 27, 2003)

10" vinyl[edit]

Limited edition 6,000 copies.

  1. "Molly's Chambers" – 2:15
  2. "Holy Roller Novocaine" (Live at the Birmingham Academy June 27, 2003) – 3:50


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