Lizzie Weber


About the Artist

From: St. Louis, Missouri United States

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St. Louis-based singer/songwriter Lizzie Weber released her eponymous debut album in January of 2014. The album has been described as “lushly orchestral” by Eleven Magazine and “personal, powerful, and, at times, perfect” by No Depression. Infusing her theatrical training with elements of both folk and pop, Weber’s cinematic video for the record’s second single, “Falling Like Fools,” has now received recognition at six international film festivals; screening at Raindance International Film Festival in London, the Women’s Indepent Film Festival in Los Angeles, CA, and the Best Shorts Competition in La Jolla, CA. In February of this year, the video was selected as one of ten finalists at the One Film Festival in New York City out of thousands of submissions around the world, and is set to screen in September at the Inshorts Film Festival in London.  Additionally, Huffington Post featured the music video and named the single “your favorite new song about heartbreak.” In January, she was on the cover of the Riverfront Times, who named her one of six artist to watch in 2015.

Most recently, Weber co-wrote a song with her father for the documentary feature Caffeinated. “Vida Cafeinada” was written in Spanish and English, and is the title track for the film which has been premiering all over the world this summer.
Over the past year, Weber has shared the stage with such revered songwriters as Ryan Montbleau, Tiny Ruins, Crystal Bowersox, and Marketa Irglova (The Swell Season/Once). She is currently preparing to record her second album.