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  • Eliza & The Delusionals Announces New Album “Make It Feel Like The Garden”, Shares New Song “Falling For You”

  • Australian indie rock band Eliza & The Delusionals, consisting of Eliza Klatt (vocals/guitar), Kurt Skuse (guitar) and Ruby Lee (bass), has announced their sophomore album “Make It Feel Like The Garden” will be released on July 19, 2024.

    It is their first body of work in two years since the 2022 debut album “Now and Then”.
    The album comprises a 18-track, featuring guest appearances from Brian Aubert and Silversun Pickups.
    Eliza Klatt and Kurt Skuse wrote majority of the album at their DIY studio in Napa, California. Then, the band recorded the album with producer Oscar Dawson at his studio in Rye, Victoria.

    The band lead singer Eliza Klatt said of the album, “It was interesting to see how working in a different part of the world, outside of the comfort of our home studio and Australia in general, has influenced our writing and the process of demoing the songs. Recording the album with Oscar Dawson was an incredibly collaborative experience. He continued to push us out of our comfort zones which lead us to feeling really free creatively. I think this also made us write in our most honest and genuine form.”
  • From the album, the band released the second single called “Falling For You” on May 21, 2024.
    The track was written by Eliza Klatt and Kurt Skuse, and produced by Oscar Dawson.

    Eliza Klatt said of the song, “'Falling For You' was a personal favourite from the get go for me. There’s just something about the driving beat and the soaring melodies that I love. We knew we wanted to experiment with saxophone for this record, and this song felt like the perfect track for that. I think it has so much emotion to it, and it’s such a beautiful part of the song. To me, lyrically it’s about not wanting to fall down the rabbit hole of falling in love but you just can’t help it.”

  • The accompanying music video was shot by Tom Carroll.
    The band said of the video, “It was actually amazing seeing the whole visual side of things come together – seeing the entire Garden come to life the way he had imagined it. Visuals are always such an important part of a record to us, we always want to try something different and really push the boundaries of the ideas we have.”

    Photo by Nick Maguire
  • source : Apple Music
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