Studio Brussel caught up with Eliza Doolittle before her show at the Pinkpop Festival in Landgraaf, Netherlands on Monday (June 13). The singer talked about the summer festival tour circuit, her goal of not going to festivals until she was playing them, loving to play around with fashion, her gigs in Belgium.
“I didn’t really go to that many until I started playing them,” Doolittle said about attending festivals. “It was a rule I made to myself, like a goal to never go until I was playing in them. I kind of regret that now because I love them. I think they’re so much fun.”
As for incorporating fashion into her live sets, she said, “Absolutely. I love to have fun with outfits, and not just the boys. I like to put on a nice outfit myself and I love just playing around with fashion a little bit.”
Video of the interview at stubru.be has since been removed.
Eliza Doolittle performed under a bridge for Vevo Powerstation in Austin, Texas during SXSW. Watch the English pop singer perform ‘Mr Medicine’, off her self-titled debut, below.
Eliza Doolittle says she’d love to collaborate with LA hip hop collective Odd Future. “I would die for that, that would be amazing,” Doolittle told Newsbeat. “I don’t know if it would ever happen. Two very different worlds colliding. I love it when that happens.”
“I saw them play in a little pub in London about six months ago and then I knew they were going to be massive,” the 22-year-old said. “I’ve been following them ever since. They remind me of Eminem but even more controversial.”
Eliza Doolittle has signed on to be the face of the Max Factor’s “Big Night Out” campaign, promoting their Max Colour Effect Collection, which encourages women to put on make-up when they go out. “I’m so excited to be working with Max Factor. I love experimenting with my make-up and creating different looks using lots of color – so this new range is perfect for me,” the English singer songwriter said in a press release. The range includes seven single eye shadows, ten lip color cubes, two trio eye shadows and three nail polishes which have been available online and in store since February.
Eliza Doolittle offered five things she knows about style to the Guardian. One of them:
Get inspired. There are lots of people whose style I admire, although I’d never dress like them. Chloë Sevigny is probably the most stylish woman ever, and Lady Gaga is amazing – it’s fun to watch what she’s going to wear next.
Check out the rest here.
Eliza Doolittle talked backstage with Rick Vaughn at Tree Lighting 2010 with Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet and Radio City 96.7. The English singer songwriter discussed how things are going in her “dream Winnebego” tour vehicle, how her prior show in Liverpool went, how she got along with Paloma Faith, and how she was feeling ahead of her performance. Watch the brief interview via the Liverpool station’s YouTube channel below.
Eliza Doolittle is out with the music video to her new single ‘Rollerblades’, the third release from the British singer songwriter’s self-titled debut album, out now on Parlophone. Watch it via YouTube below.
Eliza Doolittle visited with T4 hosts Nick Grimshaw and Miquita Oliver. The singer was reminded some of her cycling errors in her ‘Rollerblades’ music video before they all got on bikes to talk about being driven around like a pop star and not liking comparisons to Lily Allen or comparisons in general.
Video at YouTube has since been removed.
Eliza Doolittle is out with the music video to her new single ‘Skinny Genes’, off the Camden, England pop singer’s upcoming debut album on Parlophone. Watch it via YouTube below.
Eliza Doolittle is out with an electronic press kit ahead of her new single ‘Skinny Genes’ getting a release on Parlophone soon. While playing cards with her band, Eliza talked about her start in music, being influenced by a variety of genres, being an Arsenal supporter, how she learned poker, her online presence, and tour plans. Watch the EPK below.