Aussie transplant Elizabeth Morris found the U.K. hospitable because it was the ideal place to cultivate her brand of twee pop. Now with numerous singles and EPs and one album under her belt (and another record just about to be launched), she's caused a minor sensation stateside. Not that twee is about to take over here, especially as pop equals dance currently, but indie fans can still delight in Morris's craft. With Freshkills.
Wed., June 8, 6:30 p.m., 2011
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