Eliza and the Delusionals’ EP is a heartfelt pop anthem with a heart of the sleeves feel to it as it offers some of the best high intensity, pop vibes to date.
Speaking on the creation of the album, Eliza and the Delusionals’ frontwoman Eliza Klatt noted how the EP is essentially about “one person (is) putting more into a relationship than the other. Not necessarily romantic relationships, but the idea of someone literally putting their life on hold to love someone.”
Eliza and the Delusionals’ The Deeper End EP sees the Gold Coast four-piece use their 90s influences to experiment further featuring their five exuberant tracks that take the listener of a journey through the trials and tribulations of growing up and entering adulthood and the impact of these formative years on personal relationships.
The Deeper End is a solid EP with only five songs to explore and it is a fun journey of pop, rock and a soothing experience of lively tales with Cigarette being a standout.
THE DEEPER END EP TOUR
SAT 28 OCT | MILK FACTORY | BRISBANE
SUN 29TH OCT | NORTH WOLLONGONG | WOLLONGONG
THUR 2ND NOV | EL SOL | AUSTRALIAN MUSIC WEEK | SYDNEY
SAT 4TH NOV | CRAFTED BEER & CIDER FESTIVAL | GOLD COAST
THU 9TH NOV | THE PENY BLACK | MELBOURNE
SUN 12TH NOV | BRIGHTON UP BAR | SYDNEY