Eliza Hull started singing at five and never stopped. These days, Eliza, who hails from Melbourne, makes ethereal, dreamy and heartfelt pop, inspired by The xx, Sia and Lamb, the kind of music that creates its own world.
Eliza’s voice, as Beat Magazine put it, is 'fragile yet strong, it’s like her heart is breaking in one hand and being mended in the other.'
Eliza’s debut EP, Dawn, came out in 2012, and showcased her eclectic approach to sound. Later in the year, Eliza teamed up with Hayden Calnin to record her second ep, The Ghosts You Never Catch, which is full of the intensity, emotion, and story telling which characterises her music. Tracks from both releases have been widely played on Australian radio, and in the last twelve months Eliza has shared stages around the country with the likes of Gossling, Iluka, Ainslie Wills and Calnin.
The Ghosts You Never Catch further showcases Eliza's unconventional and indelible songs, with tracks 'Echoes' and 'Northern Lights' showing a newfound maturity and confidence. After co-writing her previous tracks, Eliza decided to go it alone on the new EP. Together, the new songs display a love of simplicity, emotion and progressive music.
The EP was partly produced by Pat Dillett (St Vincent, David Byrne, Sia) in New York.