Liz Seaver is a singer-songwriter from Skerries, Co.Dublin. With two independent albums under her belt Liz’s music is a mixture of styles from rock/pop to acoustic. Notably Liz has toured Ireland with the wonderful Jack Lukeman supporting him in venues such As The National Concert Hall and The Everyman Theatre Cork. Currently You can hear Liz singing the new Easter Aldi ad campaign on the television and radio. Liz was also the voice of their Easter and Christmas campaigns in 2015.
Liz released her second album a Turbulent Bliss in 2013 to critical acclaim. It is a 10 track album full of catchy melodies with upbeat band song produced songs to acoustic heartfelt piano ballads. Also in 2013 Liz was part of the TV show The Hit where songwriters got a chance to pitch their songs to more established Irish artists. Liz’s song ‘Somebody Like Me’ was chosen by Samantha Mumba and it got to number 5 in the charts. She made it all the way to the final of the competition.
Liz was for the 2012 RTE / RAAP Breakthrough Bursary Award and performed in a live concert on John Creedon’s show. Liz has played The Castlepalooza Festival on RTE Radio 1’s The John Murray Stage, where he picked twelve acts to play live from over 700 applicants.
Newstalk’s Tom Dunne named Liz in his top 10 singer-songwriters to watch in 2012, with her song ‘Inside Out’. This song also made the Semi-Finals of the YouBloom International song-writing competition in 2010, judged by Bob Geldof among others.
After starting to write songs and play guitar at age 15, it wasn’t long before her talent was noticed locally and she played support to Damien Dempsey near her home in the Millbank Theatre. Since then she has gone on to support acts such as Delorentos, Paddy Casey, Mundy, The Hothouse Flowers and Ham Sandwhich.
Liz released her first studio album ’Til The Day Fades In at the age of 18, shortly after completing her Leaving Certificate in 2005. While studying for her degree in NCAD, Dublin, Liz continued to write, record and develop her own style of music, drawing on the influences of such artists as PJ Harvey, KT Tunstall and Gemma Hayes to create her own unique blend of acoustic alternative folk-rock, as well as heartfelt piano music. With the release of Turbulent Bliss, Liz aims to become a recognised female singer-songwriter similar to the that of Sheryl Crow and continue to entertain audiences everywhere with her uplifting vocals and exciting live shows. Since then, over the years Liz has played most major venues in Dublin and beyond, in cities such as Paris and Hamburg whilst headlining her own shows back in Dublin in venues such as The Sugar Club and Whelan’s.
Liz also hosts an Open Mic night in her hometown of Skerries once a month in Raffs a on The Corner. She also plays regularly with her band. She is currently working on material for a future release.