We Have a Dream
Heart of the Matter
Elizabeth Sullivan has a passion for music. It is eclectic and electric. Her sound is both renaissance rising and nascent new age, and her voice is both tremulous and sweetly tonal.
The New York based singer/songwriter pens moving, ethereal numbers that seem lost in time, songs culled from a lifetime marked by emotional hardship and spiritual exploration. “Like a flower upon your chest,” Sullivan’s softly evocative words land quietly but summon much. Comparisons to Tori Amos are frequent and wont, but Sullivan is writing her own fairytale and cutting an emotive style from her own cloth.