Liza Anne Is Consumed by Eternal Love in ‘Rubble’ Video: Watch


Singer-songwriter Liza Anne can’t seem to shake someone off her mind in the music video for her single, “Rubble,” and has the exclusive premiere.

In the Zachary Gray-directed video — mostly a dramatic three-shot of the Nashville native against a white wall — Liza murmurs the weighted lyrics in a forceful undertone that warrants undivided attention. As she hits a breathy falsetto halfway through the melancholy-bound ballad, the vulnerable guitar strums are accompanied by an unshowy drum arrangement — emphasizing on the eternal love she has for a certain someone.

“It was dealing with death, but everyone is relating it to break-ups, which I guess is okay,” Liza Anne reveals to Sun Blood Records. “It’s pretty interesting that those two situations are pretty similar and intertwined. I think what’s going to happen is when people sit with it and listen to it more, it’s going to have a deeper meaning, because that’s even how I wrote them.”

The 19-year-old, who was featured on’s favorite cover of Miley Cyrus‘ “Wrecking Ball,” recently dropped her full-length debut album, The Colder Months, available on iTunes now.

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