“PARANOIA” EARNS PRAISE FROM ZANE LOWE AND NPR MUSIC
NEW SONG FOLLOWS NATIONAL TOUR WITH JOSEPH
“‘Paranoia’ leans into duality. What starts as a seething, slow burn of a track builds into a poppy bridge and chorus and then slams suddenly into a blown-out, distorted refrain.” - NPR Music
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Liza Anne has released her new single “Paranoia”, an anthemic track that grabs you by the throat with roaring immediacy. In it, Liza faces her panic anxiety disorder with striking candor, but sets her reflections to a gritty pop melody adorned with unforgettable hooks. Zane Lowe premiered the song earlier today on his Beats1 show, and NPR Music and said “What starts as a seething, slow burn of a track builds into a poppy bridge and chorus and then slams suddenly into a blown-out, distorted refrain. “Paranoia” is Liza’s debut release for Arts & Crafts.
The new song comes on the heels of Liza’s national tour opening for Joseph. Liza is in the midst of preparing her new album, set to release next year. Details on the new record will come soon.
NYLON dubbed Liza an artist with the “keen ability to turn even the smallest of feelings into a sweeping song,” and NPR Music has praised her “searing reflections.” The Georgia-bred, Nashville-based artist has toured with Margaret Glaspy.