Queen City Sounds Podcast S2E16: Eliza & The Delusionals

Eliza & The Delusionals, photo by Luke Henery

Australian pop band Eliza & The Delusionals release its debut full length album Now And Then in May 2022. The album came along as many have in the wake of the recent and ongoing global pandemic. The songwriting had begun in various stages of development prior to the pandemic and some prior to the group having embarked on the first leg of a big tour of North America in January and February 2020 with The Silversun Pickups. But the period of lockdown and then the prolonged time of not being able to tour with anything resembling reliability left the band with time to hone the songs and create an album that is brimming with a sense of nostalgia and reconnecting with a time in life and a time period in the early 2000s when perhaps if you were a kid in Australia or the USA, depending on life circumstances, you had the time and the ability to allow your imagination and your heart to take in experiences that stimulated both. Connecting with that headspace lending your current self the tools to navigate bringing a bit of that mindset into life today. In the fuzzy and chiming guitar work and singer Eliza Klatt’s melodious and exuberant vocals one hears an introspective articulation of a desire to liberate one self from one’s own limitations and of those imposed on you by circumstance. In this interview we were able to talk with Klatt about the origins of the band and its path to touring in support of its full-length debut.

Listen to that nterview with Eliza Klatt on Bandcamp and follow Eliza & The Delusionals at the links below. Catch the group with BODY at Lost Lake on Wednesday, 10/26/22 (doors 6:30, show 7:30).

elizaandthedelusionals.com

Eliza & The Delusionals on Instagram

Eliza & The Delusionals on Facebook

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