Elizabeth & the Catapult celebrate a week of firsts!
This week, the Brooklyn darlings embark on their first coast to coast tour with Greg Laswell
MTV2’s Subterranean will air the adorable video for debut single “Taller Children”
Check out the video for “Taller Children” here!
Listen to Taller Children HERE!
Elizabeth & crew sat down with NPR’s All Things Considered!
E&TC on NYC’s Soundcheck HERE!
The band’s long long-awaited Verve Forecast debut, “Taller Children” was recorded in Omaha and produced by Mike Mogis (Bright Eyes, M. Ward and Rilo Kiley)
July 09- Workplay Theater- Birmingham, AL w/Greg Laswell
July 10- Eddie’s Attic- Decatur, GA w/Greg Laswell
July 11- The Evening Muse- Charlotte, NC w/Greg Laswell
July 19- The Bowery Ballroom- New York, NY- w/ Greg Laswell
July 20- The Thunderbird Café- Pittsburgh, PA
July 21- Rumba Café- Columbus, OH w/Greg Laswell
July 22nd- The Winchester Tavern & Music Hall- Cleveland, OH w/Greg Laswell
July 23rd- The Blind Pig- Ann Arbor, MI w/Greg Laswell
July 24th- Martyrs- Chicago, IL w/Greg Laswell
July 25th- Blueberry Hill, St Louis, MO w/Greg Laswell
July 28th- Walnut Room- Denver, CO w/Greg Laswell
July 29- Sho- Murray, UT w/Greg Laswell
August 4- Café du Nord, San Francisco, CA
August 6- The Troubadour- Los Angeles, CA- w/ Greg Laswell
Who LOVES Elizabeth & the Catapult:
“Elizabeth Ziman’s voice brims with a fresh confidence against punchy drums and jazzy guitar riffs on the debut album”
“Elizabeth & The Catapult that somehow finds a balance between being smart and witty and smart and proper. …..Taller Children is an interesting and enjoyable debut album from New York-based threesome.”
“…her band’s jazzy chamber-pop sound doesn’t feel tethered to any place or time. There’s a drop of Sarah Vaughan and Sara Bareilles in Ziman’s zippy, breezy melodies: Fingerpicked acoustic guitar leads the sassy “Momma’s Boy”; the album’s finest moment is a buoyant cover of Leonard Cohen’s “Everybody Knows.”
Time Out New York:
“In precisely arranged but casually presented tunes like “Momma’s Boy” and “Rainiest Day of Summer,” singer Elizabeth Ziman chews over the anxieties and the excitements of a bright-eyed urbanite, while her bandmates pepper strummy coffeeshop folk with traces of Tin Pan Alley pop.”
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