Princess (Short Stack song)

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"Princess"
Single by Short Stack
from the album Stack Is the New Black
Released 27 February 2009
Format Digital download, CD single
Recorded 2008
Genre Pop punk
Length 7:36
Label Sunday Morning Records
Short Stack singles chronology
"Shimmy a Go Go"
(2008)
"Princess"
(2009)
"Sway, Sway Baby!"
(2009)

"Princess" is the second single released by Australian pop punk band Short Stack, taken from their debut album, Stack Is the New Black. The single and second EP were released on 27 February 2009; the first EP was released on 19 January.

Airplay[edit]

This song was extremely popular on radio stations throughout Australia.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Short Stack. 

iTunes single
No. Title Length
1. "Princess"   3:18
2. "One Step Closer" (live at the Annandale, 13 December 2008) 4:13
iTunes EP
No. Title Length
1. "Princess"   3:18
2. "Before Angels Fall" (live and sold out at the Annandale 13/12/08) 3:40
3. "Drop Dead Gorgeous" (live and sold out at the Annandale 13/12/08) 2:52
Total length:
9:50
iTunes EP 2
No. Title Length
1. "Princess"   3:16
2. "We All Know"   3:25
3. "Princess" (Q45 Club Mix) 7:21
Total length:
14:02

Music video[edit]

Shaun Diviney in the music video.

A music video for this single has been filmed and released to the public. It is now available for purchase on the Australian iTunes Store. The whole clip takes place in the same white room for the entire duration of the video. It showcases all three members of Short Stack playing their music meanwhile being surrounded by people dancing dressed up in various animal suits such as a rabbit and bear. Two other people are also spotted in the video, one being dressed in an Elvis inspired costume and the other in a Mexican costume. Towards the end of the video, the lead singer, Shaun Diviney results in hooking up with the person in the rabbit suit as well as himself.

Charts[edit]

Princess debuted at number 11 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart on 8 March 2009. It remained in the charts for 6 consecutive weeks altogether.

Chart (2009) Peak Position
ARIA Singles Chart[1] 11
ARIA Physical Singles[2] 3
ARIA Australian Singles[3] 2
Australian Airplay Chart[4] 54
AIR Charts Indie Singles[5] 1

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