Today Elizabeth shares “Meander,” the third single from her upcoming debut album The Wonderful World of Nature, which comes out November 1. Watch the video for “Meander,” premiering now at AdHoc.
On “Meander,” Elizabeth charts a confusing course through desire and distraction, one that doesn’t see a clear destination. A pop song awash with lust and lingering feelings, ‘Meander’ is a sweet release of unadulterated emotions.
Of the song and its video, Elizabeth says:
“This song is honestly about a distraction fling, taking a lover outside of your primary relationship and hoping it will solve all of your problems. The last lyrics of the song (“a band of gold what a thing to hold me back/a band of ash what a thing to crash this party”) were written in a tiny piano room in the middle of Sydney CBD, sobbed out through gallons of frustration tears.
I am so happy to have my beautiful band in the video with me. We play the saddest and the prettiest sisters, trapped in a 70s Coppola-esque dream house by our strict parents. We eat jelly, we tend to our bonsai, we find joy only in music, bonnets and each other.”
This weekend Elizabeth will play two intimate album preview shows in New York and Los Angeles, her first ever US dates. These solo shows will be US fans’ first chance to see The Wonderful World of Nature performed live, before the album’s release. She will also be supporting fellow OGF family-members Good Morning at their headline show at Baby’s All Right – details and ticket links below!