Aussie pop starlet Bonnie Anderson is back. And she’s armed with her latest single ‘Sorry’, a track about forgiving, but not forgetting.
She’s come a heck of a long way since winning the first ever edition of ‘Australia’s Got Talent’, way back in 2007 when she was just 12 years of age.
Chart success has followed, thanks to the top 20 hits ‘Blackout’ and ‘The Ones I Love’.
Now she’s ready to do it all over again with a song that’s incredibly personal in nature.
“I wrote ‘Sorry’ in 2016 when I was spending a bit of time in LA,” she reveals. “I wrote a lot about my relationship — the broken times as well as the good times — and ‘Sorry’ was the product of the clear mind that songwriting process gave me.
“The message throughout ‘Sorry’ is about standing up and saying enough is enough. It’s about accepting the fact that we all experience different walks of life and we may end up in places we’re not proud of, but we should never regret where we come from and what we’ve been through.”
Bonnie’s due to perform ‘Sorry’ as part of an upcoming storyline on the long-running Aussie soap ‘Neighbours’, the cast of which she joined recently as the character Beatrix.
Take a listen to ‘Sorry’ below. And grab it at your favourite digital service provider now.