Australian singer-songwriter Elizabeth Rose may have only a pair of EPs to her name,
but her electronic pop—filled with layered beats, melodies and synths—has won over
fans from Oceania to New York City while earning her comparisons to the likes of the Knife and Little Dragon. And with the recent release of the ethereal Elizabeth Rose
(stream it below), the follow-up to 2012’s Crystallise (stream it below), Rose (above, performing “Good Life” live on Triple J) has hit the road, performing live with synths player Alex Dawson. And they come to New York City this week. See her play Mercury Lounge tomorrow night. Multi-instrumentalist Louis Schwardon’s psych-pop alter ego,
Sky White Tiger, opens the show.