A clumsy, yet confident 19 year old wrote a love song for her dog when she was 13. She then continued to write about her world, later realizing that people related to her vulnerability.
Eliza was recently invited to perform in the iHeartRadio offices in New York and was later asked to perform at the ASCAP Expo’s “She Rocks” showcase, where she opened for Grammy-nominated artist Judith Hill.
Her performances make every individual in the audience feel as though they are the only person in the room, and her music has the potential to inspire people around the world to be better. She started singing through holding her hairbrush as she threw concerts in her bathroom, and she hopes that people will do the same with her music as they realize that loving themselves is actually pretty cool.
and the broken ones were joyous and the joyous were broken. and the faces came and went, but the world kept turning.