Siobhan O'Malley | Let's Get Ahead of Ourselves, Baby!

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Let's Get Ahead of Ourselves, Baby!

by Siobhan O'Malley

She "gives the listener a lifeline, and by doing so she positions herself as a kind of humorous shaman, guiding us through our own treacherous terrain". --review from the music blog Hypnopomp and Circumstance
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Teach Your Woman Well
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2. I Spy
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3. Let's Get Ahead of Ourselves, Baby
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4. Eat What You Want
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5. The Books
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Siobhan O’Malley Bio

Siobhan O'Malley plays a quirky mix of folk, pop, and alt-country; her music is a mash-up that reflects her varied musical tastes—the quirkiness of Regina Spektor, the grit of Neko Case plus the melodies of Elvis Costello.; all rolled into one.

Siobhan released a new EP, titled “Let’s Get Ahead of Ourselves, Baby!”, produced by Steve Rossiter at Axis Sound.

Music blog Hypnopomp and Circumstance says "the range of styles on 'Alibi Bye' is breathtaking". Her funny and witty lyrics can often tell stories from just a few words.

Her musical peers seem to be in agreement:
• Acclaimed singer-songwriter Ruth Gerson calls Siobhan and her work “amazing” and “interesting and inventive…creative and beautiful” and
• power-pop super-star Mike Viola (of the Candy Butchers) says Siobhan is “fantastic, super self expressive, [she] dive[s] deep and surface[s]”.
• The website The Sheila Variations said of "Alibi Bye": "Each song is its own complete world, you don't feel a sense of same-ness, like you're just hearing the same song tricked up over and over again. And it all feels completely right, when heard together. It works as a whole."

Siobhan signed with the new NYC-based indie label, Blue Cocoon. The album that emerged from these sessions, the well-praised "Alibi Bye", includes top-tier studio musicians from throughout the city Steve Doyle on bass, Lonnie Soloway on drums, Doug Shank on dobro and Roger Lent on horns.

• Hypnopomp and Circumstance said "Alibi Bye" "gives the listener a lifeline, and by doing so [Siobhan] positions herself as a kind of humorous shaman, guiding us through our own treacherous terrain".

She also recently wrote a music for the indie movie, titled "Broccoli", written and directed by Ann Husaini.

"Alibi Bye" is available at CD Baby and on iTunes.

Brief history: In 2002, Siobhan released her first album, titled "Permanent Markers”. Her first album was a simple but heartfelt affair....Siobhan singing songs she had been playing live for years.

With her unique sound and smart lyrics, Siobhan O'Malley is one artist to watch!



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