In 2015, Eliza’s cover of “Drown” by Bring Me the Horizon went viral and her other covers soon garnered the same response. 

After her artistic presence snowballed over the next few years, she was pursued by KMGMT Artist Management, and she saved up to move to Los Angeles to realize her dream.  

During the recent evolution and perfection of her life’s work, she teamed up with producer Cameron Pierce Mizell (Sleeping With Sirens, Slaves, Memphis May Fire), who has played an integral role in the post-hardcore genre over the last decade.

Shortly after the release of Wormwood. Eliza dug up an old gem called “Fossils”. The song was originally written when she was only 16 years old. After much inspiration from Halsey’s “BADLANDS” album, Eliza decided to revisit the track and bring it to life. During the production process, Eliza and Cameron both made a trip to Brooklyn, NYC to collaborate with famed guitarist (who also happens to share the same name) Cameron Mizell, who performed a beautiful guitar feature over the bridge of the track. And partnered with Be Electric studios on the official music video (release date | June 29th, 2019)


This collaboration birthed from a common immersion in a heavier scene has given rise to a beautiful, dreamlike, and richly-textured pop record, full of Eliza’s musings and realizations about life and joy. You can listen to Wormwood on all streaming platforms, or listen HERE

Aside from being a musician, internet personality, viral youtuber and songwriter. Eliza also likes to keep her life interesting whilst traveling by establishing new creative outlets such as photography and graphic design. And is taking advantage of her nomadic life by shooting photos for models and artists in the area. She got her start in tour photography, but specializes in lifestyle photography, and creative portraits. You can view her portfolio, HERE


The Little Prince (2016)


The Naked And Famous

Jon Bellion

Judah And The Lion


Sufjan Stevens


Banjo was my first instrument.