From A Girl Who Never Sleeps

by femmepop

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credits

released 17 September 2014

Song Credits:
1983
Written – Margaret O’Sullivan
Vocals/Synths/Keyboards/Drums – Margaret O’ Sullivan

Timescapes
Written – Margaret O’ Sullivan and Jordy Leenaerts (Timecop1983)
Vocals – Margaret O’ Sullivan
Music – Jordy Leenaerts
All song copyright Margaret O’ Sullivan and Jordy Leenaerts

Neon Nights
Written – Margaret O’ Sullivan and Kevin Montgomery (SelloRekT /LA Dreams)
Vocals – Margaret O’ Sullivan
Music – Kevin Montgomery
All song copyright Margaret O’ Sullivan and Kevin Montgomery

Yellow Lines
Written – Margaret O’ Sullivan
Vocals/Guitars/Keyboards/Synths– Margaret O’ Sullivan
Drums – Will Jones (Composed by Gareth Williams)

Astrogate
Written – Margaret O’ Sullivan
Vocals/Keyboards/Synths/Drums – Margaret O’ Sullivan

Not That Kind
Written – Margaret O’ Sullivan and Robert Parker
Vocals – Margaret O’ Sullivan
Music – Robert Parker
All song copyright Margaret O’ Sullivan and Robert Parker

Don’t Fear
Written – Margaret O’ Sullivan
Vocals/Guitars/Piano – Margaret O’ Sullivan

Beautiful Boy
Written – Margaret O’ Sullivan
Vocals/Guitars – Margaret O’ Sullivan
Bass – Neal Hancox
Drums – Will Jones (Composed Gareth Williams)

Our Time
Written – Margaret O’ Sullivan and Jordy Leenaerts (Timecop1983)
Vocals – Margaret O’ Sullivan
Music – Jordy Leenaerts
All song copyright Margaret O’ Sullivan and Jordy Leenaerts

Where Are You?
Written – Margaret O’ Sullivan
Vocals/Guitars/Keyboards/Synths – Margaret O’ Sullivan
Bass – Robert Parker
Drums – Will Jones (Composed Gareth Williams)

From A Girl Who Never Sleeps
Written – Margaret O’ Sullivan
Vocals/Guitars – Margaret O’ Sullivan


All songs Written/Recorded/Produced/Mixed Margaret O’ Sullivan
All songs Mixed/Mastered Gavin Monaghan
All song copyright Margaret O’ Sullivan 2014
Album Artwork by Kat Kon & Reno Msad

"From A Girl Who Never Sleeps is an album that I’ll remember for a very long time, it’s difficult to compare her to anyone – she’s just truly unique..An album that expands across multiple genres, and it’s fantastic..and it really should be heard by just about everyone."
Pure M Magazine Dublin

Straight away I’m going to tell you that I love this album. There is something that has to be respected when you have an artist that creates a work essentially all by themselves. Written, recorded and produced by Margaret O’Sullivan, AKA Femmepop ... we have one solid pop album, all created as a very much DIY effort.
Curve Magazine, New York.


"We’ve been impressed with the careful build-up of Femmepop’s career strategy, gradually amassing the body of songs that culminated last month in the release of her debut album From A Girl Who Never Sleeps – produced by Margaret herself and mixed by Gavin Monaghan, no less. Every ambitious artist whose aim is to make a living from music has to tread a fine line between pop accessibility and artistic credibility...Margaret has achieved that ideal balance. We wish her well" Tom Robinson BBC Music 6

Strong blast of neo-classic, intense, sparkling indie-pop with a few subtle twists from Cork’s Margaret O’Sullivan.
The Irish Times - Jim Carroll - 'On The Record'

.. happily put my weight behind this ....Fair amount of debate as to what track to play tonight, as I would of quite happily played a number of tracks (from the Album) on the show tonight....this is a choice from me" Rigsy 'Across The Line' BBC Radio Ulster

"You could call it dream pop that sounds like a collaboration between Cocteau Twins, School Of Seven Bells, and Luke Vibert..."
Dan Hegarty RTE Radio

The album.... wouldn't have been out of place on the Drive soundtrack somewhere between Kavinsky & Lovefoxxx and College.
Remy's Music & Film Blog Ireland.

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