Emerging singer-songwriter Stella Prince released her new single, “The Rain Might Fall” today, Friday, July 23. Self-written by Stella, the captivating track examines the uncertainty of what’s to come, all while reminding listeners to remain positive during difficult times.
“‘The Rain Might Fall’ paints the picture of what it’s like to wait for change. It can almost feel like a dream that time can suddenly move so quickly and everything can be changed forever,” Stella said. “The thunder is the energy that knows what’s going to happen next, and you have to trust that it’s all-knowing. The thunder is the intuition that something’s about to happen before the storm.”
With a unique array of influences including Joni Mitchell and EmmyLou Harris, the New York native has performed in such venues as Nashville’s The Bluebird Cafe, Pig N’ Whistle in Los Angeles, Woodstock’s The Colony, The Falcon, and Club Helsinki. She has had virtual solo performances at Nashville Entertainment Weekly, Limelight Music, River Spirit Music, Sync Summit, and at New York’s The Bitter End. Her previous release, “Scared,” delves into the uncertainty of the future and allows Stella to draw in listeners of all generations and genres with her vulnerable lyrics.
A confessional storyteller, Stella communicates her personal life experiences to her listeners and strives to make a difference in their lives through the power of her music. Stella is continuously working on more new music and exciting new projects to come in 2021.
Stream “The Rain Might Fall” HERE.