Eliza A. Tkacz lives and creates in Lodz (Poland). She is a singer–songwriter playing the piano, a music and video producer. For some, due to the timbre of her voice and ambient space in music, she is compared to Björk, Tori Amos or Kate Bush.
In 2018, she released three singles: “Believing in silence (Home)”, „Swan” and „Until Death Do Us Part”, which constitute the conceptual triptych, reflecting current social problems. In 2019, she released her debut EP album “Flash Frames”. The album consists of four songs about love, placed chronologically in the past, present and the future. It is a sonically diverse album, combining electronic music with guitar and piano sounds. It is saturated with feminine sensitivity, but also with strength and character.