Melbourne based singer/songwriter Elizabeth isn’t afraid to go where others won’t. Whether it’s with her music, or generally in her approach to the world, Elizabeth does what she wants and she does it well. Her latest release is an example of both her eagerness and ability to truly conquer, delivering her own take on Fleetwood Mac’s “Go Your Own Way.” The song awe-inspiring for people around the world, and Elizabeth does it justice. Her powerful but gentle vocals breathe new life into the 70s song, while the minimalist approach allows the lyrics to shine and the heartbreaking story to be told.
Titled as a “glamorous tragic, a queer pop anti-heroine,” the flamboyant Aussie singer brings her colorful, rose-tinted edge to everything she does. The accompanying visuals for “Go Your Own Way” show her love for all things frills, flowers and fresh fruit, creating a beautifully whimsical atmosphere.
Elizabeth explains why she chose this song together, sharing, "Stevie Nicks is one of my ultimate idols, a captivating and magical witch of my dreams. I have loved this song since I was a teenager and I totally identify with the sentiment of loving someone so much and it just being too hard to keep going."
“Go Your Own Way” is off of her upcoming deluxe album The Wonderful World of Nature due October 23rd.