Sydney songstress Shelley Harland is in the midst of traversing the country, playing to those in the media in the hope of impressing them enough to score some radio airplay. The former private investigator divides her time between Sydney, New York and her birth town of London and throughout the journey to record and release her debut album, she seems to have experienced extraordinary luck, making connections with all the right people and even discovering a $10,000 piano for just $500 in a Salvation Army store. The piano has ended up appearing on her debut. With inspiration from Fleetwood Mac, The Beatles, Portishead and even Bjork, she was hypnotized by Sydney’s laid back charm and it’s that laid-back feel that her debut album will take when it’s released later in the year. The album’s release will be preceded by ‘Wonder’, a four track EP featuring exclusive b-sides, scheduled for release physically on April 03, with Shelley’s album ‘Red Leaf’ due around mid-year.