Eliza Grace is set to release her new single, "Love To Hate” this Saturday, September 29th through Alternative Press. Underneath the poetic lyrics lie a metaphor for someone witnessing the acts of self sabotage. One line that really sticks out to Eliza, "you put a medal where you should’ve put a bandaid” is specifically speaking of the moment in which someone starts boasting in something that should’ve been a concern.
Inspired by Sia, the visuals for Love to Hate portray all of the frustration captured in the audio, but with a creative twist in an effort to maintain a youthful element in this Top40 inspired track. For the upcoming music video, Eliza partnered with eleven year old Estella Guzman (a multi award winning interpretive dancer) to bring the entire production to life through a more innocent lens.
The dance itself was choreographed by former NFL cheerleader and contestant on Dancing With The Stars, Marissa Milele.
The instrumental was personally written by multi-platinum producer and songwriter David Bendeth. Lyrical writing, performance and engineering by Eliza Grace herself. Mastering by Cameron Pierce Mizell.