Who: Eliza & The Delusionals
Where: Observatory OC, Santa Ana, California
When: February 5, 2020
Supporting The Silversun Pickups, Eliza and The Delsionals brought their electrifying alternative pop sound to the US for the first time. Hot off the release of their new single âPull Apart Heartâ, the band kicked off their U.S. debut at The Observatory in Orange County.
After an opening set from LAâs Cuffed Up, the band launched into their set which contains older favorites off their 2017 debut such as â19â, a headbang educing song with a chorus that rings out â19 in the same place, still making the same mistakesâ, and new tracks such as the unreleased âSwimming Poolâ. A personal favorite of the set was âHalf Empty Girlâ, an energetic bop of a song with brooding, relatable lyrics that juxtaposes the danceable nature of the song. To close out the set, the band performed their current chef-d’oeuvre , âJust Existâ.
“Just Exist is about the balance of feeling depressed and feeling creative and inspired by those feelingsâ¦I hate feeling down but if I didnât feel that way I think I would plainly just exist.âÂ -Eliza Klatt
In 2017, Eliza and The Delusionals dropped their debut ep The Deeper EndÂ containing five, electrifying alternative pop songs. 3 years later the band is set to release their debut full length A State of Living in Objective Reality in the spring. Until then, you can catch them on tour with The Silversun Pickups.
Post and gallery by Hector Vegara
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