Liza Anne Debuts “Desire”

Liza Anne has shared “Desire.” The track Is her first new release of 2020, and was produced by Justin Meldal-Johnsen (M83, Beck)
Liza Anne "Desire"

Singer/songwriter Liza Anne has shared “Desire.” The track Is her first new release of 2020, and was produced by Justin Meldal-Johnsen (M83, Beck). “”Desire” feels like too much tequila, and I’ve had plenty,” Liza sings on this irreverent, self-realizing new track about the intoxication of bad habits. Liza Anne recently announced a North American tour with Bombay Bicycle Club, which includes stops in Toronto and Montreal, and her hometown of Nashville.

Liza Anne on “Desire:”

“This song is the feeling of having too much of a good thing. It is a reckoning with the responsibility that comes with interacting with people through a period of your own unhealth paired with the hope that you can handle yourself better in your future tomorrows.”

In support of recovery efforts following the devastating tornado that tore through Nashville this past week, yesterday, Liza released a new live EP entitled Devotion: Nashville Strong. It is a three-song collection of live performances from her last show of 2019 at Nashville’s beloved venue The Basement East, which was destroyed. All proceeds from the EP will benefit Nashville tornado relief. Liza says of the EP, “The Basement East was directly in the line of destruction and among so many other Nashville staples, homes, businesses, families, and schools – the need for support in this community is vast and hard to comprehend. Anything helps. So much is needed.”

“Devotion” and “Desire” follow Liza’s 2018 breakout album Fine But Dying, which NPR Music called “bold in both sound and subject.” Following that album, Liza opened for Kacey Musgraves at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, toured with Ray LaMontagne (including a stop at Radio City Music Hall), and walked NYFW 2019.

Liza Anne
Live Dates

June 01 — Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall *
June 02 — Chicago, IL @ House of Blues *
June 04 — Nashville, TN @ Brooklyn Bowl Nashville *
June 05 — Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse *
June 06 — Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle *
June 07 — Washington DC @ 9:30 Club *
June 10 — Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer *
June 11 — Port Chester, NY @ The Capitol Theater *
June 12 — Boston, MA @ Royale *
June 15 — Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall *
June 16 — Montreal, QC @ Corona Theater *

* With Bombay Bicycle Club