Eliza Hull

Having established herself as one of Australia’s most striking songwriters of recent years, Eliza Hull has proven the longevity of her music, and continued evolution with the release of her new EP ‘Here They Come’ which sees Hull work with ARIA Award-winning producer Pip Norman (Baker Boy, Missy Higgins) and feature co-writes with artists Gordi and Odette.

The first single ‘Running Underwater’ was first performed by Hull during a powerful appearance on national TV on ABC’s Q&A. It’s the first song Hull has written about being disabled and living with condition ‘Charcot Marie Tooth’. The music video features disabled dancer ‘roya the destroya‘ and sparked many needed conversations about the lack of representation of disability in the music industry. The song is currently featured in Double J’s Best New Music.

2023 was a big year for Eliza – a year that has saw her profile as a musician and advocate for disabled musicians rise exponentially in Australia and overseas. Highlights include speaking at SXSW Sydney, BIGSOUND, The Women in Music Awards and performing live on the BBC and ABC.

The second half of the year saw Hull tour through the U.K. across five weeks, including a lucrative place on The Great Escape Festival’s program in Brighton.

An award-winning artist (Music Victoria Awards, AWME Women in Music Award), Eliza Hull is an engaging and captivating performer who has been drawing a loyal fan base across the country; notable shows at many iconic venues and events including the Sydney Opera House, Ability Fest, NYE On the Hill, Hamer Hall, BIGSOUND, SXSW and the Melbourne Recital Centre, which she recently sold out.

Hull’s ability to craft soundscapes marked by their nuance and intimacy is second to none in Australia, her music has been featured in TV internationally in shows including Awkward, Teen Wolf, Saving Hope and in Australia on The Heights and And Then Something Changed.

Eliza is touring throughout 2024 and recently performed at Sydney Festival and on the Malthouse Theatre Outdoor Stage. She also supported Maple Glider, Jen Cloher, Katy Steele and Bob Evans.

She is currently the ABC Victoria’s Disability Arts Reporter on David Astle’s Evenings.



Eliza has written and edited a number of books, sharing her own experiences and the experiences of other disabled people, including award winning picture book ‘Come Over To My House’ Eliza is a regular guest speaker at Universities and Schools across the country.

We’ve Got This (International)

This anthology expands on the Australian collection of essays to include additional stories from parents from the UK, US and Canada.

We’ve Got This (Australia)

‘We’ve Got This – Stories by Disabled Parents’ features the stories of 25 disabled parents from around Australia. Out now through Black Inc.

Come Over to My House

Come Over To My House is a picture book that explores the home lives of children and parents who are Deaf or disabled.

Growing Up Disabled in Australia

In this anthology more than 40 writers with a disability or chronic illness share their stories, in their own words.


Eliza Hull is a panellist and key note speaker, she has spoken at the Human Rights Convention ‘Free and Equal,’ for the NDIS, DARU, SXSW, at Parliament House, Brunswick Music Festival, The Wheeler Centre and the Changes Music Conference, and has appeared as a panellist on ABC’s Q&A, The Drum and on ABC News Breakfast.

Eliza is also a disability advocate within the music industry. She recently produced the Isolaid Festival streamed show ‘Accessible All Areas’ featuring disabled musicians from all around the world, which has just clocked over 70 thousand streams. She has spoken and performed at SXSW Sydney, BIGSOUND, the Great Escape Festival and is a regular on ABC.

Q+A – The Great Resignation

We’ve Got This: Parenting with a Disability

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