Liza Anne

Duality is at the core of Liza Anne’s arresting new album, ‘Fine But Dying,’ her debut release for indie powerhouse label Arts & Crafts. Synthesizing the elegant sincerity of Angel Olsen with the wry lyricism of Courtney Barnett and the unapologetic candor of Feist, the music is both tough and vulnerable, bold and withdrawn, a helping hand and a middle finger. Firing on all cylinders with distorted alt-rock guitars and explosive drums one minute, hushed and delicate the next, it’s an eclectic collection that reflects the messy complications of growing up in the modern age, as the 23-year-old grapples with the fallout of falling in love, reckons with the patriarchy, and stares down the panic disorder she refuses to let define her.

‘Fine But Dying’ follows Liza Anne’s self-released 2015 breakout album, ‘Two,’ which garnered more than 20 million streams worldwide. NPR praised the record’s “deeply introspective” songwriting and “searing reflections,” while Nylon called it “a stunningly somber album” and dubbed Liza an artist with the “keen ability to turn even the smallest of feelings into a sweeping song.”

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Top SongsAlbum
ParanoiaFine But Dying3:08
I Love You, But I Need Another Year (The Wild Honey Pie Buzzsession)The Wild Honey Pie Buzzsession3:20
RubbleThe Colder Months3:57
Overnight (Audiotree Live Version)Liza Anne on Audiotree Live3:15
Small TalksFine But Dying2:40
Northern WindTwo3:13
Socks (The Wild Honey Pie Buzzsession)The Wild Honey Pie Buzzsession2:59
Closest To MeFine But Dying4:13
Take It BackLive at Third Man Records4:01
Low Tide (Audiotree Live Version)Liza Anne on Audiotree Live3:48
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