“femmepop is singer/songwriter Margaret O’ Sullivan. Having paid her dues in previous cork bands Margaret wanted to create her own sound and go solo.
femmepop is Margaret’s own musical project and with infectious pop melodies and unique and incredible vocals it is no wonder femmepop has received regular airplay on Irelands 2fm (Dan Hegarty), aswell as airplay on the UK’s BBC Radio. And interest from a number of well known record companies.
Flitting effortlessly between the lyrically loaded likes of ‘Man’s World’ to the bruised melancholy of ‘falling down’ and onwards to the punk pop sing-a-long of ‘Big sky blue’ femmepop can go from fiery anger to lighthearted whimsey and back in the space of a song.
Margaret’s vocals have been compared to that of Kate Bush, Harriet Wheeler of the Sundays, and Liz Fraser of the Cocteau Twins.
femmepop offers that rarest of combinations. Pop sensibilities with something to say…………..”
The new femmepop demo has been warmly recieved. Some choice quotes from Hot Press:
“These songs will imprint themselves on your bones”
“…exquisitley heartrending vocals”
“An airy, delicate, intelligent sound that will imprint itself on your bones. Absolutely gorgeous.”