From Perth, Australia Stella Donnelly makes perfectly crafted, frank, feminist folk-pop. She hit the global stage with the powerful and affecting ‘Boys Will Be Boys’ described by New York Times as “A delicate waltz [that] carries a bitter reproach to blaming the victims of sexual assault. ‘Why was she all alone/Wearing her shirt that low?’ she sings, and then her voice rises and roughens.”
With her recently released debut EP ‘Thrush Metal’, Donnelly presents a brutally honest and witty observation of people and relationships transformed into blissful poems and lyrical punch lines. Her relatable way of writing is her lens to the world in which we live, a glimpse into what it’s like to be a millennial woman in the age of Trump, Tinder and third wave feminism.