Following the far-reaching success of her independent 2012 studio release Warm in The Darkness, Australia's Liz Stringer is back with her stunning new full-length album, All The Bridges, out July 1st, 2016 on Roaring Girl Records/Fontana North. Anyone, the album's lead single, with it's driving beat and delay-loaded lead guitar, manages to echo homages to classic 80's rock and roll (Divinyls, The Pretenders) while remaining timeless, with Liz's distinctive smoky vocal at the centre. The video for Anyone recently premiered on Rolling Stone.
With acclaimed producer and engineer Adam Selzer (The Decemberists, Jolie Holland, Fleet Foxes, M Ward) at the helm, All The Bridges, Stringer's 5th studio album, was recorded over 8 days in July 2015 at Selzer's studio, Type Foundry, in Portland, Oregon, USA and features prominent Portland mainstays Luke Ydstie (bass) and Ben Nugent (drums) on rhythm section duties. The result is a vibrant and assured album, playing tribute to the new West Coast sound with the addition of an almost 80's inspired urgency, while staying true to Stringer's roots; telling the common story of the simple soul through folk and rock and roll, layered with bold electric guitars and rich background vocals. All The Bridges is everything fans have come to rely on from a Liz Stringer album, and more.