Eliza Hull is a contemporary musician based in regional Victoria. Her voice has been described as ‘stirring, captivating and heartfelt.’ Her music has been used in ABC KIDS TV episode ‘And Then Something Changed,’ ABC ‘The Heights’ and American TV shows ‘Awkward, ‘Teen Wolf’ and ‘Saving Hope,’ and has been played on radio nationally and internationally including on ABC, RN, BBC and triple j. She has toured nationally and internationally, performing at The Natural History Museum in London and Central Park in New York and supporting Australian artists such as Mia Dyson, Katie Noonan and Husky. She has released three EP’s and debut album ‘The Bones of Us.’ She is currently working on a new EP due out 2022 produced by John Castle.
Eliza is a proud disabled person, and a disability advocate within the contemporary music industry; she’s been a guest speaker at Changes, Accessible Arts, Brunswick Music Festival, DARU and The Human Rights Convention ‘Free and Equal.’
Recently she created and curated ‘Accessible All Areas’ as part of Iso-laid Festival where she featured Disabled and Deaf artists from around the world. The streamed show was accessible for Deaf and Disabled audiences worldwide. She has recently been nominated for Music Victoria’s ‘Amplify’ award.