Cat O' Connor | Building Dreams

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Building Dreams

by Cat O' Connor

Cat's third EP is a summery mix of zesty pop songs, ranging from the happy clappy "Rose-Tinted Glasses" to the mournful sunset of "Footsteps", that will tug on your heart strings. It's safe to say there's something for everyone in this piano-based medley.
Genre: Pop: Piano
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1. Just a Friend Cat O'Connor
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2. Superhero (Save Yourself) Cat O'Connor
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3. Sam's Room Cat O'Connor
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4. Full Moon Cat O'Connor
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5. Rose-Tinted Glasses Cat O'Connor
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6. Footsteps Cat O'Connor
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Album Notes
Inspired by the influences surrounding a girl in her late teens, the songs on this EP range from deep subject matter, to the happy-go-lucky stories. Whilst 'Just A Friend' was written in the comfort of her University digs on a Tuesday evening, 'Superhero (Save Yourself)' was written in her hometown surrounded by changes and unsettling circumstances in her love-life. 'Full Moon' shares a similar sentiment; a commentary on her first love, and his journey to University a year before she followed. It was inspired by persistent late-night phone calls and a desire to be where he was with him, so that he would feel less alone. And so would she. Cat writes with emotional honesty and at times exhaustion, with the most poignant heart-rending song in the collection being 'Footsteps', the final song on the EP. Inspired by Regina Spektor's piano-playing and a boy who was lost in his own world, Cat began to writewritewrite about a situation beyond her years. The EP as a whole is a culmination of songs written over a 5 year period.


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