It's impossible to pin Eliza Shaddad down.
Born to Scottish and Sudanese parents, she speaks four languages, and followed an MPhil in Philosophy with some post-graduate studies in jazz improvisation.
Like we say: she's got skills. An artist blessed with incredible potential, eagerly awaited debut album 'Future' drops later this year.
It's a record inspired by spells in the studio with chart heroes, hours spent in university libraries, and a lengthy time on international travels.
'White Lines' unites all three, with Eliza having written the song during a spell travelling alone on the Australian east coast.
She explains: "'White Lines' is about the jubilation felt on finally being brave, making the right decision, and heading into the great unknown."
A trip into the unknown, 'White Lines' is another step towards her debut album - tune in below.
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