Released - January 2013
Song written, recorded, mixed, and performed by Margaret O' Sullivan.
Bass - Neal Hancox.
Drums - Will Jones. (Drums Composed by Gareth Williams).
Mixed and Mastered by Gavin Monaghan.
All Song copyright Margaret O' Sullivan 2013.
Femmepop is singer songwriter Margaret O' Sullivan from Cork. The Kick EP was her first commercial release. Self recorded and produced it also features Chris Geddes of Belle & Sebastian playing on the title track. She has had national airplay across Ireland's main radio stations such as 2FM and RTE radio 1 and recently BBC Music 6 in England.
She has recently played a string of London's top music venues including The Barfly and The Windmill to glowing reviews. She is already making comparisons to The Breeders and Sonic Youth. Dublin Castle London claims she's 'Hot Property'.
Femmepop's widespread appeal reaches as far as Japan with a recent chart position of Number 2 . Femmepop is currently working on her debut album which is due out in 2013 and the second single entitled '1983' has just been released from the album.
"Another Brilliant Song by Femmepop" Mike Rogers DJ Japan
"Like it a Lot" Marc Riley BBC Music 6
" Hot Property ...very good, somewhere between Dawn Landes and Tanya Donnely and musically it's a distillation of Breeders , Mazzy Star and The Lemonheads" Dublin Castle London
"A true talent. Amazing songs with a wonderful voice someone to watch out for. Richard Usher BBC Radio
"A favourite of ours for ages now, and we’ve finally got her in to record an acoustic Session, and it’s brilliant! Hailing from Cork Ms Pop will blow you away with her beautiful vocals." Dan Hegarty RTE Radio 2
"Absolutely fabulous. I can’t recommend it enough" Edel Coffey Phantom FM :
"Margaret O’ Sullivan’s exquisitely heartrending voice would make even Tanya Donnelly want to throw in the towel" "An airy, delicate, intelligent sound that will imprint itself on your bones. Absolutely gorgeous." Hotpress Magazine
"See's O’ Sullivan wind her way through an autobiographical narrative..hinting at a Pixies/Breeders-esque swagger...." Stephen Errity Hotpress Magazine