Liza Anne Converts Crippling Anxiety into Gritty Pop Gold in video for “Paranoia”
Nashville musician Liza Anne shared a video for her single “Paranoia” and announced her debut album for Arts & Crafts Fine But Dying, out March 9th 2018, a fearless and biting exploration of Liza’s own psyche and the demons that live within it. The video for this new single is a driving vignette aboutLiza Anne’s panic anxiety disorder.
Recorded at La Frette studios in Paris (Feist, Nick Cave) and produced by Zachary Dyke, Fine But Dying sees Liza treading new sonic territories inhabited by unforgettable pop hooks and gritty, distorted guitar licks. Liza has also announced an extensive national headlining tour in support of the record, which includes a stop at SXSW.
According to the musician, Fine But Dying is Liza’s most confessional work to date – a portrait of a woman coming to terms with heartbreak, mental illness, and the changing tides of adulthood. It’s also an album of dualities, one that reveals an artist who is tough and vulnerable all at once.
“This is my woman at her wildest self album,” says Liza, and the songs on Fine But Dying cement that.
LIZA ANNE TOUR DATES
Mar 12 – 17: Austin, TX – SXSW
Mar 20: Los Angeles, CA – The Echo
Mar 23: San Francisco, CA – The Chapel
Mar 28: Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios
Mar 30: Seattle, WA – Sunset Tavern
Mar 31: Vancouver, BC – Biltmore Cabaret
Apr 3: Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court
Apr 5: Denver, CO – Globe Hall
Apr 7: Kansas City, MO – recordBar
Apr 8: St. Louis, MO – Blueberry Hill Duck Room
Apr 19: Nashville, TN – Third Man Records
Apr 21: Atlanta, GA – The Earl
Apr 23: Columbus, OH – The Basement
Apr 24: Indianapolis, IN – White Rabbit Cabaret
Apr 26: Minneapolis, MN – 7th Street Entry
Apr 27: Madison, WI – High Noon Saloon
Apr 28: Chicago, IL – SPACE
Apr 30: Detroit, MI – The Pike Room
May 2: Toronto, ON – The Drake
May 4: Boston, MA – Great Scott
May 5: Philadelphia, PA – Boot & Saddle
May 6: Washington, DC – Union Stage
May 9: New York, NY – Mercury Lounge