Eliza Hull
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Eliza Hull

Windsor, Victoria, Australia | INDIE

Windsor, Victoria, Australia | INDIE
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"Eliza Hull: Without Words"

The first single from Melbourne songstress Eliza Hull's upcoming debut EP Dawn is a showcase for her powerful voice, backed by some high quality production and lyrical content that digs deep into tried and true tales of love. Her voice is a bit of a throwback to those powerful Aussie femme vocalists from the late 90's and while the track ambles along at times, Hull's emotion-filled vocal work promises bright things for her debut. - Drum Mag Perth

"Eliza Hull: Five"

“Five”, is a trip-hoppy, electro-pop debut single from sweet siren, Eliza Hull. It has a distinct ’90s feel set against bubbly percussion and Eliza’s haunting vocals. At times it falls into Tina Arena territory but doesn’t go all the way. It’s a cool track but her accompanying single, “Sing You A Song” is definitely a stand out.

Eliza’s vocals are jazzy, almost Portishead-like. The song is stripped back, featuring male BVs, double bass and guitar. It’s a dark piece, truly mesmerising. Like a tortured nursery rhyme, beautiful and twisted. - The Orange Press

"Eliza Hull Offers EP"

Eliza Hull has created a sultry slice of soulful pop with her new single “Without Words.” The empassioned track is the first lifted from her forthcoming EP Dawn.

Dawn is the culmination of three years of commitment to her craft. It shows that she’s put in the hard yards. The song is so hypnotic, with vocals that draw you in and one of the prettiest electronic melodies I’ve heard in some time. - Sounds Of Oz

"Eliza Hull Live"

Eliza Hull is normal. Though the term, for all its six letters, is a loaded one; these days, ‘normal’ is not dissimilar to ‘boring’ or ‘generic’ or ‘cliché’, all those fabulous terms that come in handy for describing boring, generic and/or cliché things….but not today, lads and ladies. Not tonight.

When I say Eliza Hull is normal, I mean there are no airs to her performance. She stands astride the stage with a big, cheeky grin on her happily glowing face, thanking the crowd with genuine appreciation in her voice. When she sings, she is without showboating, without that untouchable celebrity conviction with which many artists carry themselves. Eliza Hull is simply a woman with a dynamite nu-soul voice. - T-Squat

"Eliza Hull"

"It is like she is mending a broken heart in one hand, then mending it in the other" - Beat Magazine


Five - Single
Without Words- Single
Dawn - EP



Dawn, the debut EP of Melbourne singer Eliza Hull, heralds the emergence of a passionate creation.

Three years of dedicated crafting give rise to a heat-laden solo musical career as Eliza’s seven-track EP embodies true stories, delivered by a voice described as ‘fragile, yet strong’ - Beat Magazine

The first single, Without Words, entices listeners into the hypnotic reality of love. “Without Words is about the pull and shift within a relationship and the questioning that can often happen. It captures the beautiful confusion love can stir inside us. It’s one of the earlier songs written for the EP and is still one of my favourites”, tells Eliza.

Dawn was recorded and produced with Jonathan Steer and Leigh Fisher (Gypsy and the Cat), and features collaborations with Mark Pearl (Texture Like Sun), and Ainslie Wills.

Recording in home studios, garages, and churches has added depth to the already lush and textured tracks which feature string and horn arrangements, and give a nod to nineties electronica.

An eclectic approach to sound has supported the intensity, emotion, and lyrical story-telling which characterise Eliza’s music and compels listeners to enter her world. “I feel deeply proud of this EP. This is something I have put myself into and it’s my honest offering of my song writing. A beginning”.

The self-funded EP is released following a successful stand-alone single launch, Five, which generated strong reviews, Rage coverage, community radio play, and a capacity crowd at the Northcote Social Club launch.

Eliza now builds upon years of involvement in the Melbourne music scene with the band Describe Eliza, which experienced success through triplej radio support, a strong live following, national touring, and television coverage.
Dawn will be available on iTunes and through all good record stores from Friday the 18th of May through MGM.