Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop


band members

Liza Flume


Influences

Kllo, Milan Ring, Sylvan Esso, Maggie Rogers, FKA Twigs


Unearthed artists we like

East, Vallis Alps, The Jezabels, Milan Ring, Merpire, Bonniesongs


Bio

Liza Flume is a Melbourne-based songwriter and producer who has spent the last few years living and performing in the UK/IRE. Since returning home Liza’s single ‘Hurt Me’ found its way onto Spotify’s ‘New Music Friday Aus and NZ’ , was featured and played on Triple J, Triple J unearthed and home and hosed. After years of deep diving into audio production, Liza is delighted to be releasing her second independently recorded track ‘Falling’ and holds this one very close to her heart. Liza will be performing alongside her band in a string of shows around Melbourne.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

20 Feb 2020

Triple J
40

i was sitting at my desk eating some mixed nuts but had to stop chewing because this one had me frozen. it's so poignant and tender liza and i love how it all comes together at the end.

i was sitting at my desk eating some mixed nuts but had to stop chewing because this one had me frozen. it's so poignant and tender liza and i love how it all comes together at the end.

Review

Review by Abby Butler Abby Butler

30 Sep 2019

Triple J
45

This song might take your breath away and pull your heart from your chest, but it still leaves you feeling full. The fragility of those vocals had me hanging onto every single syllable.

This song might take your breath away and pull your heart from your chest, but it still leaves you feeling full. The fragility of those vocals had me hanging onto every single syllable.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

26 Sep 2019

Triple J
40

Liza goes to great lengths to capture the complicated and confusing nature of a breakup. Sometimes a really bad breakup is better than an amicable one in terms of being able to move on.

Liza goes to great lengths to capture the complicated and confusing nature of a breakup. Sometimes a really bad breakup is better than an amicable one in terms of being able to move on.