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January, 2014

ELIZABETH ROSE EP RELEASED AND NATIONAL TOUR DATES ANNOUNCED

Elizabeth Rose EP, the second EP from Sydney producer Elizabeth Rose, is released today via Inertia Access

The five track EP boasts huge singles The Good Life‘ and latest offering ’Sensibility’. In support of the EP’s release Rose will perform a run of dates kicking off Friday 28th February in Sydney and wrapping up Saturday 12th April in Fremantle. Canberra’s Safia and Sydney duo Fishing will join her on selected dates

Elizabeth Rose EP marks a progression in song writing for Rose, plus a willingness to explore an all-new array of influences. Foremost among these is the RnB music of the late ‘90s and early ‘00s. “I grew up loving that sound,” Rose says, “and I just loved writing with that influence in mind.” 

An impressive array of collaborators came in to assist on the EP. Cameron Parkin, who creates smooth and sultry electro tracks as Shazam and has remixed everyone from Muscles to Calvin Harris, co-produced the EP with Rose. Styalz Fuego, another of Australian music’s heavy-hitters, also collaborated with the team in the making of the EP. Fuego, who has worked with everyone from Owl Eyes and The Aston Shuffle to 360, and was recently named ARIA’s Producer of the Year, co-produced some of the EP tracks, and assisted in the writing of ‘Sensibility’. The EP was mastered by Matt Colton (James Blake, Coldplay), of London’s Alchemy Studios.

In her short career, Elizabeth Rose has been able to accomplish so much – from an impressive collaborations with Flight Facilities and Sinden to winning the 2013 SOYA award in the music category, topping Alternative radio charts and recently covering Corona’s “Rhythm of the Night” for triple j’s Like A Version. It’s clear that we will be seeing a lot more from Elizabeth Rose in 2014.

Elizabeth Rose + Safia + Fishing Tour

Friday 28 February – Manning Bar, Sydney*
Saturday 1 March – Secret Garden Festival, Camden *
Friday 7 March – Bleach Festival, Gold Coast *
Saturday 8 March – Alhambra Lounge, Brisbane
Thursday 13 March – Wollongong Uni, Wollongong *
Saturday 15 March – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne
Saturday 22 March - Pirie Social Club, Adelaide
Friday 4 April – King Street Hotel Supperclub, Newcastle
Friday 11 April – Amplifier, Perth
Saturday 12 April – Mojo’s, Fremantle

*Safia and Fishing are not appearing

Tickets on sale now via http://www.elizabethrose.com.au

Elizabeth Rose releases new single ‘Sensibility’

Elizabeth Rose is proud to share new single ‘Sensibility’ off her forthcoming self-titled EP. The singles seductive vocal melody harks back to a time when Aaliyah ruled the charts and is “about the push and pulls of a relationship that is starting to fall apart – about the mind games involved.” 

Elizabeth Rose EP is released next Friday 17th via Inertia Access and marks a progression in song writing for Rose, plus a willingness to explore an all-new array of influences. Foremost among these is the RnB music of the late ‘90s and early ‘00s. “I grew up loving that sound,” Rose says, “and I just loved writing with that influence in mind.” 

An impressive array of collaborators came in to assist on the EP. Cameron Parkin, who creates smooth and sultry electro tracks as Shazam and has remixed everyone from Muscles to Calvin Harris, co-produced the EP with Rose. Styalz Fuego, another of Australian music’s heavy-hitters, also collaborated with the team in the making of the EP. Fuego, who has worked with everyone from Owl Eyes and The Aston Shuffle to 360, and was recently named ARIA’s Producer of the Year, co-produced some of the EP tracks, and assisted in the writing of ‘Sensibility’. The EP was mastered by Matt Colton (James Blake, Coldplay), of London’s Alchemy Studios.

In her short career, Elizabeth Rose has been able to accomplish so much – from an impressive collaborations with Flight Facilities and Sinden to winning the 2013 SOYA award in the music category, topping Alternative radio charts and recently covering Corona’s “Rhythm of the Night” for triple j’s Like A Version. It’s clear that we will be seeing a lot from Elizabeth Rose in 2014.