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Elizabeth & The Catapult

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LISTEN TO ELIZABETH & THE CATAPULT'S INTERVIEW WITH WAMC! (Click the image below)
posted 6 years ago
CHECK OUT THE ALTSOUNDS REVIEW OF TALLER CHILDREN!
posted 6 years ago
Hey, Everyone...Momma's Boy has been chosen as the Digital VIP Download of the Week by Paste Magazine!*Click the image below*Or Click HERE!
posted 6 years ago
Check out our live performance at Paste Magazine.  http://www.pastemagazine.com/blogs/av/2009/07/watch-elizabeth-and-the-catapult-perform-live-at-p.html
posted 6 years ago
Life is good. Tour is better.We're featured today on Perezhilton.com's front page, wha???!!!!Daytrotter yesterday, we'll be featured on Paste Magazine's site with a live performance real soon---and ch...
posted 6 years ago
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biography
The title of Elizabeth and the Catapult's Verve Forecast debut album Taller Children reflects the unique blend of pop playfulness and grown-up introspection that defines Ziman's distinctive songwriting. Such memorable originals as "Rainiest Day of Summer," "Apathy," "The Hang Up" and "Hit the Wall" embody a vibrant mix of open-hearted wonder, whimsical humor and forthright emotional insight, merging classic pop melodicism with an array of acoustic textures, jazz twists and orchestral flourishes.

The quality of the songs—including a memorable reading of the Leonard Cohen classic "Everybody Knows" —is matched by intimate, effortlessly soulful performances by the Brooklyn trio, which also includes guitarist Pete Lalish and drummer Danny Molad.

Although the bulk of Taller Children was recorded with producer Mike Mogis (noted for his work with the likes of Bright Eyes, M. Ward and Rilo Kiley), several of the album's performances were drawn from the homespun demos that the band recorded in drummer Molad's home studio. The resulting album strikes a vital balance between lush sophistication (with such elements as Ziman's elegant string arrangements) and spare, unadorned sim... (+) expand
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Hagarack (level 15) wrote:
I love the change at the end and the creepy ever ascending notes!
6 years ago
musicxox22 (level 21) wrote:
I LOVE YOU GUYS. Alll of your songs, seriously.
<3
6 years ago
mkok (level 9) wrote:
Three tunes, three hearts (just for now, and only because this is the max I can give for now, being <5 level). I featured your tune "Taller children" on my profile, I wish you a great success, you are much better than most stuff on radio and tv, really. And your photos are just pure niceness.
6 years ago
mkok (level 9) wrote:
GREAT!
6 years ago
srfantasm (level 21) wrote:
I wish I could buy this with t61 credits.
6 years ago
CamdenCavedoll (level 16) wrote:
Wow! Great great stuff!
6 years ago
antagonist (level 26) wrote:
delicious sound!!
6 years ago
Dmonty7021 (level 9) wrote:
race you reminds me a lot of seabear
6 years ago
gjacobsen (level 4) wrote:
Reminds me of Poe, but much more fun
6 years ago
singmingbingsong (level 6) wrote:
you're amazing elizabeth and the catapults!!
6 years ago
headphonetreats (level 9) wrote:
You guys are fantastic! "Taller Children" and "Momma's Boy" are so great.
6 years ago
disco (level 5) wrote:
oh i forgot, love your voice
6 years ago
disco (level 5) wrote:
perfect! i like your work, keep doing great music
6 years ago
reallybigc (level 14) wrote:
I just bought tickets to a show on Wednesday, only to find out five minutes later you're playing the same venue on Thursday. I hope I can scrounge up enough change to go.
6 years ago
koffeekoko (level 26) wrote:
i heard "momma's boy" out of the blue in the grocery store and it made my day! congrats!
6 years ago
lisanevada (level 42) wrote:
such a great show at the Barns tonight!
6 years ago
Constellation wrote:
We love your work
6 years ago
nofunbob (level 23) wrote:
Justin Nozuka's MySpace page shows you touring in support, the November 12 date conflicting with a show you have posted here.

Can you add on your profile the "upcoming shows" you will, in fact, be playing with Justin Nozuka? Thanks!
6 years ago
disclaimer9 (level 21) wrote:
CONGRATS! i heard 'Everybody Knows' on So you think you can dance last night! AWESOME!
6 years ago
powerz (level 11) wrote:
The main picture is insanely perfect.
6 years ago
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