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PULL APART HEART

Gold Coast indie rockers Eliza & The Delusionals have released an emotive new track, Pull Apart Heart, out 1st of Aug on Cooking Vinyl Australia.

The new single which premiered on triple j's Good Nights was produced by Kon Kersting (Mallrat, WAAX, Big Scary, Kingswood) and is accompanied with news of the Pull Apart Heart single tour kicking off this October at Yours & Owls Festival.

From Eliza - "I wrote Pull Apart Heart whilst I was going through a really rough time - there were lots of changes happening around me in all different parts of my life and I just felt so emotionally exhausted and vulnerable. I was experiencing feelings that were new to me and I wasn’t sure how to handle them - I felt like my emotions were in pieces and that’s where the concept of a ‘Pull Apart Heart’ came from." 

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JUST EXIST

"Just Exist is about the balance of feeling depressed and feeling creative and inspired by those feelings. I find a lot of my best and most inspired creative ideas have come from some of the saddest and worst feelings I’ve ever felt which is very bittersweet. I hate feeling down but if I didn’t feel that way I think I would plainly just exist."

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JACKIE

An emotive tribute to her beloved pet, the track and its accompanying video juxtapose a sad moment experienced by many, with the undeniable joy found in the companionship of a pet. Teaming up with the RSPCA, Eliza has been able to combine her love for animals with her passions for environmental awareness – tying it all up with an electric indie-rock tune.

“I wrote this song about coping with loss after my dog passed away,” says vocalist Eliza Klatt. “It was probably the saddest I had ever felt. I wasn’t sure if I’d ever be able to write a song that would do justice to how I was feeling, but it felt really right when I finished writing it. Everyone experiences loss and I want this song to help people realise that they we don't suffer alone.”