Screen Shot 2018-04-30 at 4.06.05 PM.pngLiza Anne – Fine But Dying (Arts & Crafts Productions)

What I really like about Liza Anne is how quickly she has evolved as a musician. She has recorded three albums in four years, and according to Anne, she’s well ahead of schedule of where she thought her career would be right now. In that time, she’s taken her love of folk-inspired music and blended into an indie-pop sound with some of the most honest and poetic lyrics for someone so young. At 23, Georgia-based, Elizabeth Anne Odachowski, had for a long time kept in check her panic and anxiety issues. On her first two records she alluded to her own struggles, but here, on Fine But Dying, she outlines her world with thoughtful candor about love and dealing with mental illness. Standouts include a brave look at anxiety on Paranoia and on the aptly titled Panic Attack.

Photo Credit: The album artwork of Fine But Dying is courtesy of Arts & Crafts Productions. I make use of it under the rationale of fair use because no free equivalent seems to exist.  I am not the uploader of the You Tube clip here.

Posted by Robert Horvat

Robert Horvat is a Melbourne based blogger. He believes that the world is round and that art is one of our most important treasures. He has seen far too many classic films and believes coffee runs through his veins. As a student of history, he favours ancient and medieval history. Music pretty much rules his life and inspires his moods. Favourite artists include The Beatles, Pearl Jam, Garbage and Lana Del Rey.

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