With her new album ‘Flood’ set for release on 26th August via Secretly Canadian, Stella Donnelly is sharing the title track today.
“This song feels like a sad little adventure,” Stella says. “I wrote it in the dark depths of a Melbourne winter lockdown where it had been raining for consecutive weeks. Everyone around me was falling into their own version of depression at different times. It felt like a flood of trauma yet at the same time, we were given an opportunity of time to work through stuff that we’d been distracting ourselves with for so long prior to the pandemic.”
Accompanied by a new video directed by Stella, Nick McKk and Grace Goodwin, Stella adds, “This clip is pure ridiculous play, like going to your grandparents’ house where you and your cousins would get up to the most elaborate film projects. We always ran around the house making home movies that tried to re-enact other films and much like this clip here, they always ended in some sort of minor catastrophe. With this video for ‘Flood’ we have made a very feeble attempt at recreating the legendary OK GO video clip for ‘Here it Goes Again’ and we failed gloriously.”
Check it out below.
2. How Was Your Day?
3. Restricted Account
6. Move Me
8. This Week
9. Oh My My My
10. Morning Silence
See Stella Donnelly live at the following dates:
27 - Utrecht, NL @ Tivoli Vrendenburg *
28 - Utrecht, NL @ Tivoli Vrendenburg *
30 - Berlin, DE @ Verti Music Hall *
03 - Six-Fours-les-Plages, FR @ Pointu Festival
07 - Biscay, ES @ BBK Bilbao Festival
23 - Byron Bay, AU @ Splendour In The Grass
11 - San Diego, CA @ Casbah
12 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda
13 - San Francisco, CA @ Independent
15 - Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studio
16 - Vancouver, BC @ Biltmore Cabaret
17 - Seattle, WA @ Neumos
21 - Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line Music Cafe
22 - Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall
23 - Detroit, MI @ Sanctuary
24 - Toronto, ON @ Longboat Hall
26 - Boston, MA @ Crystal Ballroom
28 - Brooklyn, NY @ Elsewhere
30 - Philadelphia, PA @ World Cafe Live
01 - Washington, DC @ Songbyrd
01 - Leeds, UK @ Wardrobe
02 - Glasgow @ Mono
03 - Manchester @ Band On The Wall
04 - Dublin, IE @ Whelan's
06 - Liverpool, UK @ Zanzibar
08 Nottingham, UK @ Metronome
09 - Bristol, UK @ Thekla
10 - London, UK @ Electric Brixton
12 - Cardiff, UK @ The Gate
13 - Birmingham, UK @ Hare and Hounds
14 - Brighton, UK @ Komedia
16 - Paris, FR @ FMR
17 - Cologne, DE @ Artheatre
18 - Brussels, BE @ Rotonde - Botanique
19 - Amsterdam, NL @ Bitterzoet
21 - Hamburg, DE @ Molotow Skybar
22 - Copenhagen, DK @ Hotel Cecil
24 - Berlin, DE @ Badehaus
25 - Munich, DE @ Strom !
* w/ Mitski
! w/ Julia Jacklin
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