The Australian indie rock group power through somber feelings of heartbreak and mental health on upbeat new single “Pull Apart Heart”
Eliza & The Delusionals are no strangers to topping AltNation charts with “Just Exist” and they’re getting ready to do it again with new single “Pull Apart Heart”. While exploring all too familiar feelings of heartache, depression, and everything in between, the band has manages to keep the song upbeat enough to have listeners wanting to play it over and over and over again. We’re completely guilty of that. You can find the new song on their upcoming EP, A STATE OF LIVING IN AN OBJECTIVE REALITY.
A STATE OF LIVING IN AN OBJECTIVE REALITY further cements Eliza & The Delusional’s dreamlike yet personal sound starting with the pounding guitars of “Swimming Pool,“ that mellow out to allow singer/guitarist Eliza Katt’s breathless vocals to shine, all before crashing back in during the chorus where Eliza sings about her excitement to take risks in a relationship. Other highlights on the EP include “ALIVE,” which balances ethereal guitar soundscapes with visceral cries about battling depression and feeling alone, as well as closing track “Feel It All (And Nothing),” which is driven by a steady, low-key indie rock riff while Eliza opines about the overwhelming nature of life itself. All of the tracks also have the common theme of containing infectious hooks that showcase the band’s pop sensibilities to a tee!
A STATE OF LIVING IN AN OBJECTIVE REALITY will be released on March 20 via Cooking Vinyl. “Pull Apart Heart” is out now. The band is also about to embark on tour with Silversun Pickups through the end of February. Catch them in a city near you!