Stella Donnelly wins WAM's Song Of The Year for Boys Will Be Boys

Stella Donnelly wins WAM's Song Of The Year for Boys Will Be Boys

Stella Season continues on a wonderful night for WA music.

Last night the 2017-18 WAM Song Of The Year Awards went down in the historic surrounds of the new Fly By Night club in Fremantle, and quite fittingly it was Stella Donnelly who took out this year's top gong for her breakout single, Boys Will Be Boys. It caps off a massive year for the Freo-based singer/songwriter, including winning BIGSOUND's Levi's Music Prize, triple j Unearthed Artist Of The Year, 5 WAM Award wins... The list goes on. One gets the feeling her incoming set at Splendour In The Grass this July is going to be one that truly shoots her into the stratosphere, but not before she hits up SOTA Festival this coming June 4.

As overall winner, she joins an exciting selection of local artists across 15 different categories, including John Bennett (who nabbed two awards), young punks Figurehead, Pile-faves Feels and heaps more. You can check out the full list of winners below:

BLUES/ROOTS: Lies - Carus Thompson

COUNTRY: Maybe I'm Just In Love - The Little Lord Street Band

ELECTRONIC: Prior Engagement - Feels

EXPERIMENTAL: The One - Intenso

FOLK: I Only Hide - Helen Shanahan

HEAVY/METAL: Man is Wolf to Man Part 2 - Bolt Gun

JAZZ: Don't Stop Here - Harry Mitchell

OUTSTANDING INDIGENOUS: Country Is Calling - John Bennett

OUTSTANDING REGIONAL: Country Is Calling - John Bennett

POP: Boys Will Be Boys - Stella Donnelly

PUNK/HARDCORE: Magic Glove - The Bob Gordons

ROCK: A Boy And A Boy - J.F.K

SCHOOLS 14 & UNDER: The Fire Inside - Farraday's Cage

SCHOOLS 15 – 17: Ear To Lend - Figurehead

URBAN/HIP HOP: WINNER Be Real (feat. Danny Martin) - Coin Banks

WORLD: Same Drum - Akolkol Dastan Gesa

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