[Eliza Hull / ABC]
Musician and Disability Advocate
Eliza Hull is a proud disabled musician and an advocate for people with disabilities. Known for her stirring lyrics and haunting vocals, Eliza's music has recently developed into a rich soundscape of folk-tinged tracks, which showcase her development as a songwriter. Her debut album ‘The Bones Of Us’ was strongly supported by national and community radio, and featured songs that were synced across the TV shows ‘Awkward’, ‘Teen Wolf’ and ‘Saving Hope’. She is currently writing the music for an Australian feature film. Eliza has toured internationally performing within iconic venues such as London’s Natural History Museum, and New York’s Central Park, in Australia she has sold out headline shows, and along the way has shared the stages with SAFIA, Katie Noonan, Husky and Mia Dyson. Eliza’s new EP ‘How We Disappeared’ is out now through Gaga.