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Monday, June 11, 2018

Indie-Pop artist Eliza Hull music video for new release 'Hard Way' .. inspired by a dream

After releasing her stunning new single ‘Hard Way’, indie-pop artist Eliza Hull has just revealed the accompanying music video – directed by Miles Bennett (The Dukes of Windsor) and shot by Jacob Simkin (Gotye, Clutch) in the songstress’ hometown of Castlemaine, Victoria.

Inspired by one of Eliza’s dreams, the clip shines a light on the many layers in a relationship and the expectations of where it might go; whilst not knowing what lies ahead. The brides represent ‘what could have been’ and their haunting persistence a reminder, that it’s hard to leave ghosts in the past behind. 

Since the release of ‘Hard Way’, the track has been supported via Double J, ABC Local Radio, triple j Unearthed, Spotify, worldwide tastemaker blogs Pilerats, Savage Thrills, Electric Lady, We Love That (GER), When The Horn Blows (UK) and The Autumn Roses (USA).

The song has also enjoyed strong praise from community radio stations 3RRR, SYN FM, 4ZZZ, Radio Adelaide, which resulted in a #6 and #7 position on the AMRAP Metro and Regional charts, respectively.

To celebrate the release of ‘Hard Way’, Eliza will perform two shows at The Penny Black, Melbourne on Friday June 22 and at OAF Gallery Bar, Sydney on Saturday June 23 alongside Muki, Teischa and Essie Holt as part of indie club night tour circuit, Rare Finds.

Eliza Hull’s forthcoming EP ‘How We Disappeared’ produced by Jono Steer (Ainslie Wills, Ali Barter, Hiatus Kaiyote) is due mid-2018.  

“A lush piece of music, with rumbling percussion amidst a generally live-feeling track where her soaring vocals are still the star”.
Pilerats (AUS)
“This is just well-crafted, well-made, and genuine".
The Music (AUS)


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