Stella Donnelly visited NPR's D.C. workplaces to offer a stripped-down Tiny Desk efficiency of three songs off of her upcoming debut album, Beware of the Dogs.
Playing solely her electrical guitar, the Australian singer-songwriter started her efficiency along with her album’s title observe.
“This road is haunted like a beast that doesn’t know its face is scary to behold/ All the painted little gnomes, smiling in a line, attempting to get your vote," she sang softly, enchanting each the workplace crowd and viewers at house.
Donnelly then opted to carry out “U Owe Me,” which she mentioned was about an previous boss at a pub that she used to work at. The observe pairs humorous lyrics with bouncy chords, which Donnelly performed flawlessly.
“I don’t assume I’ll ever be coming again, to be just right for you so you’ll be able to inform them that/ You simply turned out to be a stomach ache, I don’t imagine a single phrase you say/ You owe me,” she sang.
Once the track ended, the singer joked about how he paid her every week later. “I used to be on the mistaken week of my payroll the entire time, it was very dramatic again then," she mentioned.
Donnelly then closed with the lowkey “Allergies,” what she described as “a extra run-of-the-mill breakup track.”
Watch the total efficiency under.