Eliza & The Delusionals lament loss in latest track "Jackie", but it sounds really good
Eliza & The Delusionals return with indie heartbreaker "Jackie"
The latest single from Australian four-piece Eliza & The Delusionals is both heartbreaking and uplifting. A gentle, yet moving indie-rock track, frontwoman Eliza Klatts mourns the death of her beloved pet dog. Although the subject matter is not explicit from the lyrics alone, the accompanying video eliminates any room for doubt: furry friends fill the screen in the foreground of dreamy vocals, sliding guitar accents and attentive drumming.
The band have received considerable support from Triple J in Australia, and built up a fanbase supporting numerous acts live, including UK talents Nothing But Thieves.
Eliza & The Delusionals have seen their playlist following grow by over 500% this week.
Appearing in powerful playlists such as New Music Friday AU & NZ, Eliza & The Delusionals have gained huge momentum, not to mention more than 270,000 new playlist followers in the past 7 days (Instrumental Music Scouting Platform). With an upcoming tour in October, we expect continued progress from this band.
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