Eliza & The Delusionals – Sentimental

My recommendation of Eliza & The Delusionals’ Just Exist is one of the all time best-read posts on this blog. Apparently, the Australian band around Eliza Klatt already had a huge following early in their career. Undoubtedly, the number of fans has blown up since then, seeing their steady stream of great pop/rock tracks to date.

Following last Spring’s EP A State Of Living In An Objective Reality, they are now back with a brand-new song. It was written in collaboration with award winning Australian pop writer Sarah Aarons (Cosmo’s Midnight, Childish Gambino) and American songwriter/producer John Hill (WAFIA, Portugal. The Man). As hinted by the title Sentimental, it’s a song with a somewhat nostalgic feeling to it. Musically, it brings us back to the indie rock of the ‘90s and early ‘00s.

Eliza explains how it came together: “Kurt started playing some chords in a tuning he made on the tour bus. We knew we were going in for a writing session, so after coming up with a few ideas around the chords, we brought it into the studio with Sarah and John, and they really helped bring it to life. After having a few months of listening to the demo over and over, myself and Kurt added a bridge and the other parts before taking it into the studio with Ruby and Tex to record it.”

Recommended as well:
Eliza & The Delusionals – Swimming Pool
Eliza & The Delusionals – Just Exist

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