Energetic indie-rock four piece Eliza And The Delusionals have been smashing things out of the park lately. Fresh from their appearance at the recent BIGSOUND Festival in Brisbane, the band have just released a killer video for their latest track, ‘Deep End’. Joining creative forces with the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), Triple J Unearthed and ABC TV’s Rage, the band came up with a colourfully choreographed clip which features Eliza and the band rocking out to a bunch of enthusiastic fans house party style. Check it out here.
The track appears on their brand new EP, ‘The Deeper End’, which sees the light of day on 27 October. Across its five tracks, ‘The Deeper End’ perfectly encapsulates their signature 90’s channeling, fuzzy, hook laden template, with a running theme of the trials and tribulations of interpersonal relationships while transitioning into adulthood. Keep an eye out for our review of the EP, which will also appear in the November print edition of Blank.
And if that’s not enough, they’re about to hit the road in support of the EP, playing a headlining six date East Coast tour. The band are renowned for their electrifying live performances and have played on some big bills this year, including high profile supports for Killing Heidi, City Calm Down, Polish Club, WAAX and the UK’s Moose Blood.
You can catch them rocking it up locally at The Milk Factory in Brisbane on Saturday, 28 October and at the Crafted Beer And Cider Festival in Broadbeach on Saturday, 4 November.
The full tour encompasses the following shows:
- Saturday, 28 October, The Milk Factory, Brisbane
- Sunday, 29 October, North Wollongong Hotel, Wollongong
- Thursday 2 November, El Sol (Australian Music Week), Cronulla
- Saturday 4 November, Crafted Beer And Cider Festival, Broadbeach
- Thursday, 9 November, The Penny Black, Melbourne
- Sunday, 12 November, Brighton Up Bar, Sydney