Eliza Hull plays The Great Escape
This week Eliza Hull performs at The Great Escape, a festival which can see upcoming artists break into the mainstream attended by figureheads in the music industry.
Having established herself as one of Australia’s most important voices and striking songwriters of recent years, Melbourne-based artist Eliza Hull has proven the longevity of her art, and continued evolution. New single ‘Running Underwater’ sees Hull work with ARIA Award-winning producer Pip Norman (Baker Boy, Missy Higgins) The track was first performed by Hull on national TV during a powerful appearance on ABC’s Q&A. It’s the first song Hull has written about being disabled and living with the condition Charcot Marie Tooth
In recent years, Hull has emerged as an accessibility advocate within the industry, her determinism and approach to educating and spurring on change in structure and perspective has been incredibly influential. The way Eliza Hull can captivate a room has propelled her onto the national radar, with many notable performances at venues and events including the Sydney Opera House, Ability Fest, Forum Theatre, Hamer Hall, NYE On The Hill and more. Hull has made an impact at showcase events including BIGSOUND and SXSW, as well as touring with the likes of Ainslie Wills, BATTS, Mia Dyson, Husky and SAFIA.
Her song writing talents have led Hull to co-write with artists Gordi and Odette – collaborations both set to appear on her forthcoming EP, Here They Come which is due out later 2023. Her music has been featured in TV internationally in shows including Awkward, Teen Wolf, Saving Hope and in Australia on The Heights and And Then Something Changed.
Eliza Hull plays The Great Escape festival on Thursday 11th May 9:15pm - 9:45pm - Unitarian Church and Saturday 13th May 12:50pm - 1:15pm - TGE Beach Stage - Venue 2.
[ For more information on Eliza Hull visit her website ]