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Welsh band 'Who's Molly' fly the Rio flag

Fantastic news for Swansea band Who's Molly? As their song was chosen by the International Olympic Committee for the official 'best of Rio' video. This video is used by the IOC to showcase everything that's great about the Olympic Games and why people should invest in the future.

This video is available around the globe as a showcase of the fantastic events which occurred the summer of 2016. The video along with the song from Who's Molly? perfectly encapsulates the spirit and achievement of the Rio Olympics. The Refugee Olympic team, Michael Phelps' goodbye, Simone Biles debut, Usain Bolt's triple triple, marriage proposals, the first medals for Kosovo, Singapore, Puerto Rico, Fiji and Vietnam... so many Rio 2016 moments will live forever.

The song is called 'Touch the Sky' and was written by lead singer of the band Karl Morgan along writer Pete Woodroffe. Who's Molly? are thrilled to have been chosen to represent Rio's best bits, and thrilled their music gets to be heard on a global scale. The song had been viewed over 10,000 times in the first day it was released and is now over 22,000 views.

Watch the video and relive the summers best bits (with a pretty awesome soundtrack) there are a few Brits in the video too!

(pictured left to right: Karl Morgan, Matthew Fry, Luke Evans and Dean Gorno.)

The lads will be appearing at Swansea Grand Theatre this December 2nd with Balsamo/ Deighton.