With an eye-catching signature blonde pixie cut, delightful '90s superstar fixation, and singing and songwriting prowess befitting of her stadium ambition, Australian pop-singer Betty Who certainly commands the dance floor. Described by New York Magazine as a mix of "early Madonna...Katy Perry and Robyn, with spunk and confidence" and by Elle as "your next pop obsession," Betty Who proves she is a force to be reckoned with on her sophomore album The Valley. The release includes her latest single "Some Kinda Wonderful," along with recently released tracks "Human Touch," "You Can Cry Tomorrow," "Mama Say" and her cover of Donna Lewis' "I Love You Always Forever" plus features by Warren G and Superfruit. As a both writer and multi-instrumentalist, she continues to paint pictures with a hypnotic and heartfelt honesty. Drawing on everything from her childhood classical training at Michigan's Interlochen Center of the Arts to a lifelong Joni Mitchell and Carole King obsession, Who brings a poignant and personal perspective to pop music.