At just 12 years of age, Eloise brings a passion and dedication to her music and acting that is well beyond her years.
Eloise’s latest original songs, Mark on Me, All it Takes, and Faith (all written when she was just 11 years old) have attracted positive comments on Triple j Unearthed and Instagram , and her original songs are in high demand on Australian community radio.
Artistically, Eloise takes inspiration from gripping life events and emotions. Her song Mark on Me is an extraordinarily mature reflection on her life in New Zealand. All it Takes is a reminder that it’s the little things in life that make a big difference; and her third song, Faith is about not losing hope and believing in yourself.
Eloise was born in New Zealand, and also has Swedish roots. She is the first cousin of Klara & Johanna Soderberg, from the Swedish band First Aid Kit www.firstaidkitband.com In New Zealand, The Finn Family were neighbours, and as a young child Eloise was playing, singing and pretend performing with Tim Finn's daughter. Coincidentally Eloise attended the same primary school as Lorde (Ella Yelich-O'Connor).
Eloise also acts. She appears in the upcoming TV series 'Deadly Women', as well as in the US TV drama series Hunters, (from the producers of The Walking Dead & the Terminator instalments). She has acted in a string of short films, including the successful film Spaghetti where she played ‘Anja Lasagne’, alongside Logie Award winning actor Gyton Grantley.
Eloise has appeared in a range of commercials for leading brands such as Fantastic Furniture, IKEA, Telstra, Commonwealth Bank, Wonder White, and Hachette books. She rang in last year’s ABC’s New Year’s Show, and has recently been spotted going crazy on the drums in an ABC podcast promo.
Eloise will be playing at various events and markets around Sydney this year.
Her song ‘All It Takes’ is semi-finalist in the ISC International Song Writing competition and reach the semi-final list of Unsigned Only last year.