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girlpuppy’s Becca Harvey knew she wanted to make music at an early age, but the path ahead wasn’t always clear.

Harvey began inventing songs at age 6; the youngest of three kids, she gravitated towards her older brothers’ taste, which included Avril Lavigne and Gwen Stefani. At 8, she started composing parts by ear on guitar, continuing to develop her musicality in a school choir. Stadium concerts for Taylor Swift and One Direction gave her a grandiose vision of pop stardom, but it was a double bill of Girlpool and Snail Mail that introduced her to Atlanta’s indie scene, and inspired her to seriously pursue songwriting.

Last year, girlpuppy (aka Becca Harvey) released her debut EP Swan. Made with producer Marshall Vore who is known for his work with folk dynamo Phoebe Bridgers, the five song collection, found a supportive home with Royal Mountain Records, and drew remarkable acclaim for a debut EP, earning praise from outlets like NPRFADER, Paste, Under The Radar, Coup De Main, Office Magazine, i-D, The Line of Best Fit and NYLON who called her “one of indie folk’s most promising newcomers.”

Now, girlpuppy is back and announcing her debut LP When I’m Alone, which will be out October 28th on Royal Mountain Records. To mark the occasion she’s also shared the dreamy, summer hangout video for lead single “Wish“.