Stella Donnelly‘s highly-anticipated debut album is officially on the way.
The burgeoning WA artist today confirmed that the LP, Beware Of The Dogs, will be released worldwide on 8 March.
It’s the perfect way for Donnelly to kick off the year following a massive 2018, which saw her perform through the US, Europe and UK, as well as at Splendour In The Grass back home.
To celebrate the news, the Perth songwriter has revealed the first track and video from the record, Old Man; check it out below.
“I came up with the chords and chorus to this song in 2017 around the time when Woody Allen called the #metoo movement a witch hunt,” Donnelly said of the track.
“It was a very strange feeling for me watching the world change right before my eyes and to see that these men who had exploited their power for so long were actually being held accountable for their actions.”
Donnelly will next perform as the supporting act for John Butler & Missy Higgins’ Australian tour, as well as at Mountain Sounds festival next month.
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