Liza Colby is part rock singer and part shaman.
Live, her performances conjure primal energy, a raucous, no-holds-barred display of visceral energy.
Yet she's also a soulful, at times tender, vocalist. The Liza Colby Sound is less a band, more a mission statement, a prowling update of Tina Turner's Acid Queen re-tooled for the 21st century.
New cut 'Cryin' is driven by that ferocious, biting riff, while the vocal tenses and teases its way through heartache. Liza explains:
"'Cryin' is the devastation of heartbreak. It's an explosion of emotions. The manic, mixed with moments of complete composure. It's thinking you have a winning hand and realizing it was shit."
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