Schapelle Corby releases pop song on Instagram

The track, titled 'Palm Trees', and pays tribute to her home state of Queensland.
The track, titled 'Palm Trees', and pays tribute to her home state of Queensland. Photo credit: Instagram

Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby has released a pop song recorded with singer-songwriter Nat Zeleny.

Titled 'Palm Trees', Corby can be heard singing "I'm in Queensland, and it is sunny, I have the palm trees, behind me."

The track was shared on Instagram on Monday night, along with a homemade photo slideshow of Corby in Queensland.

In the post, Nat Zeleny said the song was written "for a bit of a laugh" but then the women took it to the studio to "lay down [the] vocals."

This comes after Corby spent her first Christmas in Australia after being freed from Kerobokan jail in Bali where she was imprisoned in 2004 for importing 4.3kg of marijuana.

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