Elizabeth has shared “Meander,” the third single from her upcoming debut album The Wonderful World of Nature, which comes out November 1.
On “Meander,” Elizabeth charts a confusing course through desire and distraction, one that doesn’t see a clear destination. A pop song awash with lust and lingering feelings, ‘Meander’ is a sweet release of unadulterated emotions.
Of the song and its video, Elizabeth says:
“This song is honestly about a distraction fling, taking a lover outside of your primary relationship and hoping it will solve all of your problems. The last lyrics of the song (“a band of gold what a thing to hold me back/a band of ash what a thing to crash this party”) were written in a tiny piano room in the middle of Sydney CBD, sobbed out through gallons of frustration tears. I am so happy to have my beautiful band in the video with me. We play the saddest and the prettiest sisters, trapped in a 70s Coppola-esque dream house by our strict parents. We eat jelly, we tend to our bonsai, we find joy only in music, bonnets and each other.”