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Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
This is the first Vinyl edition of ANY Femmepop release to date. It is a beautiful rare limited edition 12 inch of the 'London' EP. Copies are extremely limited and you will be owning a first edition run of the first ever Femmepop Vinyl.
Includes unlimited streaming of London (EP)
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
All music composed, performed, recorded, produced and mixed in London 2019 by Femmepop.
Additional Mixing and Mastering by Fabian Tormin.
Cover Photo by Ugur Vidinligil
All Song copyright Margaret O'Sullivan 2019
London EP; Written in the early months of 2019
The ‘London’ EP is a vast departure from the bulk of my previous work. Is it an EP of melodies, sounds and beats that I needed to get out of my system. I wanted to create a body of work without using my main instrument my voice. I realise this is taking a gamble with my listeners but artistically I must do what feels right at the time. I wanted to experiment and branch out as I feel I can do so much more than sticking to the one sound or genre. That is why since I released my first song my sound has always changed.
The ’London’ EP is a mixture of deep emotions within me. It is about the continuous love affair I have had since I first visited the city. The EP is full of love and sadness. I have always seen the beauty and felt the charm of this city and in the most mundane and ordinary occurrences. I have always loved it’s noisy and dirty underground, it’s tower blocks, green parks, Camden, it’s music, culture, people and accents. It’s abundance of energy, it’s fire. The raw, the gritty, the polite, the angry, the urbanity – the general ebb and flow of the city.
This EP tries to capture all this grit and fire. It was born on my walks home through its nightlife. I felt so alive like I could burst looking out across the River Thames from the Southbank and these tunes flooded out. It also captures how all this Londoness is slowly disappearing through gentrification and how I feel this amazing city may lose all its uniqueness through years of a greed obsessed government.
This is my London.