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Elizabeth Releases ‘If You Died’, Produced By Holy Holy’s Oscar Dawson

Elizabeth has wrapped up her three-part Suite Of Singles series with the release of ‘If You Died’. The track was written and produced alongside Holy Holy’s Oscar Dawson as an ‘anti-resentment pop song’ celebrating love as a stronger emotion than hate.

Following on from the release of previous singles ‘Sweet Connection’ and ‘Happier Now’, ‘If You Died’ completes a thematic song cycle. In this latest effort, Elizabeth touches upon themes of emotional relief and the realisation that peace can come after immense heartbreak and deep-seated pain.

Elizabeth – ‘If You Died’

“I wrote ‘If You Died’ with Oscar Dawson from Holy Holy in the wild first year of the pandemic,” Elizabeth shares of the song. “I was in a frantic haze of trying to process many endings; feeling gratitude for hard things being over, but also grief that always comes with change.”

Like her previous singles, ‘If You Died’ comes paired with a visual accompaniment directed by Nick Mckk. In the clip, Elizabeth and her doppelgänger cross paths in a greenhouse, mirroring each other’s movement as a metaphor for one’s shadow self.

Elizabeth will be taking her now-completed Suit Of Singles to life at A Night With Elizabeth. Taking place as part of the Always Live series of events, she’ll be joined by a number of DJs, creatives, and tastemakers from Melbourne, including June Jones and Soju Gang, at the Thornbury Theatre on Saturday, 29th October.

A Night With Elizabeth

  • Elizabeth
  • June Jones
  • Pillow Pro
  • Franko Gonzo
  • Grazer
  • Hunny Machete
  • Soju Gang
  • Loner

Date & Venue

  • Saturday, 29th October – Thornbury Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

Tickets on sale now.

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