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Niamh Cavlan | My Confession

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My Confession

by Niamh Cavlan

Skipping effortlessly from summery indie-pop to soaring anthem, a perfect showcase for this Irish debutante's disarmingly soulful voice.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Stop!
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2. Song by Song
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3. When I'm Lonely
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4. Hours
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5. Bad for Me
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6. My Confession
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7. Love
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8. One More Day
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9. The Birds
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10. Can't Cope
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Raised in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, Niamh’s musical influences took hold during the many hours spent singing along in backseat of her father’s car. Journeys soundtracked by the likes of Christy Moore, Johnny Cash and Nanci Griffith, storytellers whose strong narratives captured the imagination of the young chanteuse.

It’s this love of a good yarn that feeds Niamh’s music, boldly confessional tales, detailing the delicate dramas that play out when the dreams of two people don’t quite coincide.

My Confessions skips effortlessly from the summery indie-pop of Stop to the soaring anthem that is Song by Song, the perfect showcase for Niamh’s shimmeringly pure and disarmingly soulful voice. But it’s the title track’s fragile balladry that best encapsulates the tone of the album, the deceptively simple melody contrasting with the lyrics' heartfelt melancholy.

With shades of Regina Spektor, Kathryn Williams and Martha Wainwright, this enchanting debut distils a lifetime of double vodkas, late night self-doubt and relationships gone awry into ten heartachingly beautiful country-tinged tracks.

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