‘How We Disappeared’ focuses on ever- transitioning relationships, familiar challenges that come with growing up, including leaving elements of yourself in the past. These five new songs were taken into the studio and recorded live by Engineer/Producer Jono Steer (Gretta Ray, Ainslie Wills, Ali Barter) bringing the songs to life organically with a five-piece band. The next taste off the EP is 'Rewind'- a nostalgic, moody song, reminiscing on old memories from the past. The song comments on how suddenly, a person you loved can become a stranger.
Eliza Hull is known for her stirring lyrics and haunting vocals, and after a recent shift to Castlemaine, Eliza's music has developed into a rich soundscape of indie, folk tinged tracks, which showcase her development as a songwriter.
Previous releases including Eliza’s debut album ‘The Bones Of Us’ has been strongly supported by the likes of Australian radio stations triple j, triple j Unearthed, FBi, PBS and 3RRR. Eliza has also had syncs through North American TV shows ‘Awkward’, ‘Teen Wolf’ and Canada’s ‘Saving Hope.’
Eliza has a strong live following, selling out headline shows, and along the way sharing stages with Owl Eyes, SAFIA, Katie Noonan, Husky and Mia Dyson.
September 1 – White Night Festival Bendigo
October 27th – Kyneton Music Festival
November 2nd - Fridays on My Mind Wodonga - Supporting Ash Grunwald
November 8th – How We Disappeared Sydney launch Golden Age Cinema Sydney
November 9th – How We Disappeared Canberra launch Smith's Alternative Canberra
November 10 – How We Disappeared Melbourne launch – Boney – with Gena Rose Bruce & Julia Johnson
November 11 – How We Disappeared Castlemaine launch – The Bridge Hotel – with Julia Johnson