Elizabeth Moen is a singer-songwriter and guitarist based out of Iowa City, IA where she graduated from the University of Iowa last winter. Originally studying teaching and French, Moen wanted to be an elementary school teacher in France. Thanks to the encouragement of her friends, Moen started going to open mics at The Mill in-between school and work to sing covers with her guitar. In the fall of 2015, she quit her three part-time jobs and finally wrote her first song, called up Flat Black Studios to record it, and wrote more tunes before heading to the studio that November. Elizabeth has been in the music scene here in Iowa since the release of her self-titled EP in 2016 (those first eight songs). Since then, Moen has released a vinyl LP titled "That's All I Wanted" in 2016, and set to release her sophomore vinyl record "A Million Miles Away" this September.
Her sound has transitioned from acoustic-folk, to soulful rock, to indie-rock, to a combination of all three. Her albums and live performances show this development both musically and lyrically. After graduation, Moen has toured Europe twice, the west coast and Midwest this past year. This winter, Moen stayed in San Francisco for a music residency where she wrote the final touches for her upcoming record. Her and her full band are more than ready and very excited to share the new songs and sound.