Australian pop newcomer Starley has announced a one-off show in Sydney next month.
Starley, a Sydney local, will also be opening for Katy Perry during her Australian shows in Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne that kick off later this month.
The young artist has had a meteoric rise to fame after releasing her first single, 'Call On Me', in 2016, which has since gone on to become four-times platinum in Australia.
The track, which was remixed by Ryan Riback, hit over one billion streams worldwide and landed a place in the top 10 in over 30 countries; it also earned Starley 2 ARIA nominations.
Starley has also released a follow-up single, 'Love Is Love', and has an album slated to drop in September.
She has performed around the world on shows like 'Jimmy Kimmel', 'Good Morning America' and 'Top Of The Pops NYE' as well as touring America with Clean Bandit and playing the coveted 3am spot during this year’s 40th Anniversary Mardi Gras (following Cher).