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At Only 17, Stella Prince Releases Self-Produced Single “The Rain Might Fall”
Image courtesy of B! Noticed Public Relations

Today marks the release of Stella Prince’s new single, “The Rain Might Fall.” At only 17, the singer/songwriter’s primary goal is to bring an authentic, acoustic sound back to contemporary music. The single is available to download and stream on all digital platforms, including Pandora, Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, YouTube Music and more HERE.

“The motivation behind writing this song was the fact that none of us know what’s going to happen next. Something I’m constantly frustrated with, the idea of not knowing what my life will look like.” ~ Stella Prince

“The Rain Might Fall” beautifully captures the image of what it’s like to wait for change to come, a dream that time can suddenly move so quickly, causing everything to be altered forever. Thunder holds energy that knows what’s going to happen next, and you must trust its intuition before a storm.

“…Lately I feel like someone else and I

can’t see past myself

Never knowing why

I’m drifting, when I look around the

leaves are surrounding and

falling down


Dreaming as the fog rolls in

I can’t see when I’ll be back again

Waiting, standing all alone

For thunder only knows

When the rain might fall

The rain might fall”

Keep up with Stella Prince on her website at stellaprincemusic.com and be sure to follow her on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram.

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*Featured photo courtesy of B! Noticed Public Relations


Patti McClintic
I'm Patti. Rock music is my first love. Country came later, but once I was in, I was all in. I'm a history geek, so I love learning about classic country and anything attached to it. You might find me strolling the cemeteries of Nashville, having silent conversations with the songwriters and artists that shaped this amazing genre. I'm an amateur genealogist with over 20,000 people on my family tree. I'm a Buffalo, New York girl living in a Nashville, Tennessee world with my husband and my furry kids. My real kid is an adult and lives in New York with her own three daughters. I'm addicted to SongPop and I don't care to enter rehab to fix that. If you ask me about myself, I'll tell you I have an eight-year old mind, a 77-year old soul and a middle-aged body. I'm a mess. :)
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