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    Stella Donnelly shares title monitor from her forthcoming album ‘Flood’

    Stella Donnelly has shared a brand new single, ‘Flood’, which serves because the title monitor to her second studio album.

    The only, launched immediately (June 21), is the second to be lifted from the album following the discharge of ‘Lungs’ final month – which additionally coincided with the album’s announcement. ‘Flood’, the album, is about for launch on August 26.

    Donnelly has additionally shared an accompanying music video for the brand new music, which she co-directed alongside producer Grace Goodwin and director of images Nick McKinlay. Watch it under:

    In a press assertion, Donnelly described the brand new single as being “a tragic little journey”.

    “I wrote it at nighttime depths of a Melbourne winter lockdown, the place it had been raining for consecutive weeks,” she wrote. “Everybody round me was falling into their very own model of despair at totally different occasions. It felt like a flood of trauma – but, on the similar time, we got a chance of time to work by stuff that we’d been distracting ourselves [from] for therefore lengthy previous to the pandemic.”

    Donnelly went on to explain the music video for ‘Flood’ as “pure ridiculous play”, evaluating it to the “elaborate movie initiatives” that she would make along with her cousins once they would go to their grandparents rising up. “We at all times ran round the home making dwelling films that attempted to re-enact different movies – and very like this clip right here, they at all times led to some form of minor disaster,” she mentioned.

    Donnelly is at present wrapping a European tour in assist of fellow Australian act Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever. She is going to headline a North American tour from September by to early October, earlier than returning to the UK and Europe in November. Discover all of her upcoming tour dates right here.

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