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On The Table Read, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, Elizabeth, the patron of sad girls, releases her first new single in three years, Happier Now.

Happier Now

Beloved patron of sad girls, Elizabeth returns with an announcement of her first new music in three years; a suite of three, interconnected singles and accompanying visuals that expand and complicate her richly alluring world. She has just shared part one, ‘Happier Now’, co-written with The Temper Trap’s Toby Dundas and produced by Tones and I collaborator Konstantin Kersting.

‘Happier Now’ is accompanied by stunning visuals courtesy of Nick Mckk (Julia Jacklin, Stella Donnely), a friend-turned-collaborator who brings Elizabeth’s suite of singles to life through a visual narrative that spans the three songs. Thanks for your consideration,

About ‘Happier Now’

Elizabeth shares, “Happier Now is about the feelings that come after a heartbreak, you know, you are getting better, you are healthier, you won’t fall apart if you see your ex at a party. But you also start to have the rose coloured nostalgia for a relationship that was no good and wondering what could have been if you’d been able to make it work.”

‘Happier Now’ is a perfect introduction to the Elizabeth of 2022. The lyrical motifs of her debut album The Wonderful World of Nature are recast in neon here, their old prismatic glow replaced by a dangerous, alluring coolness.

Elizabeth, Sad Girl, on The Table Read
Elizabeth

Unlike Elizabeth’s protagonist’s past, though, the main character in ‘Happier Now’ is marked by her defiance, her total refusal to backslide even as she’s pulled into an ex-partner’s web: “I am happier now,” she insists, “you’re not around.” 

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About Elizabeth

Elizabeth captures the reckless thrill of romance like no other. On her debut album The Wonderful World of Nature, she stepped away from a messy divorce like a world-weary heroine pulling herself from the wreckage of a car crash: broken glass shining like glitter,  bloodstains smearing like blush. Contrasting lush dreampop haze with visceral, disarmingly truthful lyricism, it was a pop record out of time – glamorous and tragic, ultra modern and undeniably timeless, a queer answer to nihilistic, powerfully feminine pop heroes like Lana Del Rey and Lorde.

Capturing hearts and minds of media and fans across the globe, the record saw widespread acclaim from the likes of The FADER, Wonderland, PAPER among others, and was included in the Album of the Year lists across The Guardian, The Saturday Paper and the Herald Sun.

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Find more from Elizabeth now:

https://www.instagram.com/elizabethmusic___/

https://www.facebook.com/elizabethmusicband

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