“Oh, are you scared of me, old man? / Or are you scared of what I’ll do?” sings Australian musician Stella Donnelly on “Old Man.” It provokes—it’s like she’s really saying, I’ll fuck you up. All over a jangly guitar. The 25-year-old musician just released her debut full-length, Beware of the Dogs, which also includes “Boys Will Be Boys,” a song about victim-blaming and rape culture that came out right around the dawn of #MeToo. Donnelly’s observational and playful approach to songwriting, coupled with her acoustic, folk-inflected tunes, make her a force to be reckoned with—and listened to.
by Jas Keimig
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