Elizabeth Announces The Wonderful World of Nature Album Tour

Elizabeth Announces The Wonderful World of Nature Album Tour

Today Elizabeth announces shows in Sydney and Brisbane, as well as an appearance at the Grampians Music Festival, the first round shows for The Wonderful World of Nature Album Tour.

Pre-sale tickets for these very special Sydney and Brisbane shows are available for Elizabeth's mailing list subscribers today, with general sale beginning at 9am this Monday November 18 – keep an eye on the Facebook events for tickets, and for the announcement of special guests!

Stepping into her sound like a silk robe, Elizabeth is the patron saint of sad girls on The Wonderful World of Nature, her debut album, produced by John Castle (Hatchie, Angie McMahon, Cub Sport, Vance Joy). Elizabeth is a glamorous tragic, a queer pop anti-heroine holding a curtain of glittering melodies over ugly truths.

Casting herself as the antagonist wielding pop songs as weapons, she wipes away her running mascara and escapes a destruction of her own making. This debutante divorcée has traded in her white veil for a cocktail and concocted a collection of shimmering heartbreak bangers that celebrate the femme and her indulgent indiscretions. The record is a testament to obsession and the desire to consume as much – of people, of substances, of herself – as she can.

These are pop songs that leave a lasting mark; lovebites that linger. Operating with an absolute absence of ego, together Castle and Elizabeth succumbed to their purest pop whims. 

A fixation on intimacy extends far beyond just the lyrics – in designing the sound of her record, Elizabeth sought to create a feeling of intense closeness with listeners, to give the impression she’s hovering close, dealing out melodic incantations like a trusted friend or conscience on your shoulder. The effect is immediate, drawing the listener fully into their body and reminding them of the weight of heartbreak and desire. In facing the futility of holding onto something that’s already slipped out of her grasp, Elizabeth has created a new kind of heartbreak album.