A Bendigo artist will be debuting a new sound with the first single of her second studio album.
Sherri Parry, 22, said her song Greed - which she wrote as a 15-year-old - would give fans a taste of her new music.
"It's the oldest song that will be on the album," she said. "It has become a bit of a favourite with the audience, but I don't think they would have heard it like this.
"There is a full band and a full production. It's a familiar welcoming into what they already know and what will await them in the album."
Ms Parry first came into the Bendigo music scene as a 12-year-old performer. She said her EP back in 2016 was more pared back compared to her new album.
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"Equal was my first creation and first collection so I was very adamant that it had to be very simple - just me and the ukulele," she said.
"But music changes as you grow. You can definitely hear that within the music.
"The subjects are more intense and more passionate. It's as real and raw as it could be. It's about love and what love can do - both romantic and platonic.
"Sometimes the most beautiful art and creations come from a bittersweet place."
While Ms Parry's first album took about five days to create, the new yet-to-be named album took about three months and more than 200 hours of studio time.
Ms Parry, who grew up in Bendigo, said she was proud she created the new album in Strathfieldsaye.
"I would never have been able to do this in the city," she said. "I honestly think if I had been in a real studio, I would have gone completely insane. The emotion and the creation wouldn't have been there."
Ms Parry is hoping to eventually tour the album across the country, before heading back to the studio to create more music.
In the meantime, listeners will be able to stream her new single Greed on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube from Saturday.
Her new album will be released in early 2020.
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