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Following the release of her acclaimed debut album Into the Wilderness in 2022, Eliza and her five-piece band The Wilderness Collective have established themselves as a must-see live act attracting a string of enthusiastic reviews for shows across Norfolk.

Flair, virtuosity, subtlety, and creativity are the hallmarks of their live performance – all underpinning the superstar vocals of Eliza. At times hushed and fragile, at times soaring and spine-tingling, at all times captivating – Eliza commands the stage and enchants the audience.

Eliza’s music joyfully trespasses across the carefully constructed genre boundaries of indie, folk, and progressive art rock, whilst leaving a trail of comparisons with Kate Bush, Florence Welch, and Sandy Denny in her wake.

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Born and brought up in south Norfolk, Eliza is very much a home-grown talent. The local connections don’t end there, as she will be joined on the night by talented young guitarist Ross Stewart – another local rising star. In fact, Ross played on Eliza’s first ever recording (produced at Mill Studios in Winfarthing) when they were still at school.

Support on the night comes from The Trips who are a Diss-based acoustic Americana trio, featuring vocalist Jennifer Ness, the actress who played Kris Yates in ITV’s prison drama Bad Girls, cahon player Anita Turner, and Emma Dent on guitar and vocals.

Eliza Delf at Diss Corn Hall

Tickets £8 advance, £10 on the door. Available from the Corn Hall, or via www.elizadelf.com. Doors open at 7.30pm. The venue is fully-seated.

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