Elizabeth Moen will self-release her new album Wherever You Aren’t on November 11 (PRE-ORDER). In advance of her first full-length album in four years, she is releasing a music video for the soulful, orchestrated indie rock ballad “Emotionally Available” – WATCH HERE. Stream the new single HERE.
“This album is an accumulation of great friendships found through learning the hard way about love and other life lessons,” Moen says. “It’s filled with good times, bad times, and lots of time spent on the road around the world to write it, make it, and afterwards figure out what to do with it. I’m so happy to finally share this record that embodies what making music means to me: connection and introspection.”
Elizabeth Moen is a singer-songwriter/guitarist based in Chicago, originally from Vinton, IA. On Wherever You Aren’t, Moen writes about life lessons, inspirations, drawbacks, and generally figuring it out – a scrapbook of first- and third-person accounts of growth experiences and rites of passage. As a self-taught and self-made artist, she brings her unique style of indie rock, indie folk, and soul to songs both personal and eerily relatable. Recently, she has been on tour in live bands for Kevin Morby and Squirrel Flower, while picking up organic media endorsements from the likes of Chicago Tribune, NPR, Paste, Audiotree, and Earmilk. LA Weekly said, “Elizabeth Moen possesses a big, soulful voice that can take you places… has big things on her mind and can write music and lyrics that match her impressive set of pipes.” The first single, “Headgear”, from her forthcoming album already has over 1.5 million listens on Spotify.
In addition to the new album and single/video, Moen announced a Chicago album release show on December 9 at The Hideout with Free Range opening (TICKET LINK). Click HERE for more up-to-date tour information.