Eliza & The Delusionals drop epic heartbreak single ‘Nothing Yet’; touring Australia this January

Introspective, and highly relatable “Nothing Yet”, reflects on the confusion of love and heartbreak, yet still leaves you humming an epic singalong chorus.
“We wanted to soundtrack that time in your life when all of your friends are falling in love, but you’re not, and you start questioning yourself and everything you do because you can’t seem to connect with those emotions as well” – Eliza Klatt.
Nothing Yet – Produced by Kon Kersting (Tones and I, Mallrat), mastered by Leon Zervos (Troye Sivan, Holy Holy)

Like most Australian artists, 2021 brought many obstacles, for Eliza & The Delusionals, the fact that bands members live on either side of the NSW/QLD border was a unique one, but it did not stop the band continuing to produce their now trademark indie-rock anthems, while at the same time indulging their love of 00s nostalgia;
“Save Me” was co-written with iconic producer and songwriter Keith Harris (Madonna, Black Eyed Peas) was released with a lyric video that summoned flashbacks of fuzzy VHS tapes and less complicated times, and giant CRT TVs.
“YOU” was accompanied by a nostalgic 00s hyper colour video clip directed by Nick McGuire (Ball Park Music, Cub Sport) alongside an ingenious MSN Messenger lyric video.

Eliza & The Delusionals will be taking “Nothing Yet” and their ever-growing catalogue of hits on the road this January, stopping at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory and Melbourne’s The Leadbeater, before playing two shows at Brisbane’s The Brightside and ending at Gold Coast’s Miami Marketta.

With Brisbane and Sydney now sold out, and Melbourne not far away, fans are highly recommended to purchase tickets early to avoid the disappointment of missing out – ticket link.
2020 brought Eliza & The Delusionals huge success with breakthrough juggernaut ‘Just Exist bringing the band to international acclaim. ‘Just Exist’ broke the group into the North American market, with touring locked in with Silversun Pickups and Beabadoobee before it was rudely taken away by the ‘rona. Still, “Just Exist” lived on, racking up successes on US radio; reaching #47 on the Alternative Radio charts, #1 on the SiriusXM Alt Nation chart and accumulating over 5 million streams worldwide. The story of “Just Exist” was succinctly expressed in this TikTok video.

“I’d happily let Eliza & The Delusionals soundtrack my entire life” – Triple J, Claire Mooney

 Eliza & The Delusionals – National Tour

Tickets here

Sydney – Oxford Art Factory – Gallery Bar | Fri 14 January (early show)
Sydney – Oxford Art Factory – Gallery Bar | Fri 14 January (late show)
Melbourne – The Leadbeater Hotel | Sat 15 January
Brisbane – The Brightside | Sat 22 January
Gold Coast – Miami Marketta | Tues 25 January