Elizabeth Moen

Elizabeth Moen "Wherever You Aren't"

Elizabeth Moen has released the latest single and title track, "Wherever You Aren't", from her forthcoming album which is due out on November 11th.

“This song is about coming back to a place you know someone from your past will be,” Moen says. “As good as it would be to run into them, striking up a conversation would only strike up old pain. Sometimes the best thing is to just smile and keep trying to move forward. Wherever you are, wherever you aren’t, that’s okay.”

You can help Moen celebrate the release of the album at the Hideout on December 9th with Free Range.

   

Elizabeth Moen “Synthetic Fabrics”

Elizabeth Moen has released the latest single, “Synthetic Fabrics”, from her forthcoming album, Wherever You Aren’t, which is due out on November 11th.

When asked about the new single Moen had the following to say; “I wrote the verses [of “Synthetic Fabrics”] when I was staying back with at my parent’s place and unsure of big decisions about my body and future. The chorus lyrics came to me months later on a bus from Dublin to a small town south of there on my way to play a show. Recorded at Fame Studios later that year on a day off on tour. An accumulation of fears, facing them, and support brought this song together.”

You can help Moen celebrate the release of the album at the Hideout on December 9th with Free Range.

   

Elizabeth Moen "Sorry That I Love You"

Elizabeth Moen recently released her latest single, "Sorry That I Love You". The single is accompanied by a Austin Vesely directed video and a version of song translated, "Excuse​-​moi de t'aimer", into French.

For this single Moen recruited a handful of the Chicago's talented musicians including Sima Cunningham (of OHMME) on vocals (french version), Andrew Sa on vocals (english version), Colin Croom on drums, piano, organ, pedal steel guitar, baritone guitar, percussion, Tristan Huygen on bass, classical guitar, 12-string guitar, and Liam Kazar on electric guitar.

   

Elizabeth Moen "Is Heaven Just A Waiting Room?"

Elizabeth Moen released her latest single, "Is Heaven Just A Waiting Room?", this week.

The track finds Moen enlisting the help of Nick Levine, VV Lightbody, Tristan Huygen, and Abby Black.

   

Elizabeth Moen "Red State Handshake"

Elizabeth Moen rips into her home state of Iowa on her new single, "Red State Handshake". This is the first new music from Moen since the release of her latest EP "Creature of Habit".

With Moen now based in Chicago she finds herself looking back to Iowa and its Governor, Kim Reynolds, and the way most "Politicians pandering to small-town voters without really caring, hearing, or listening to their needs is one of many issues in this country".