Alternative rock with fiddle to comfort hearts in a rising tide. 0Stella is what you would get if you mixed Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Florence And The Machine and St Vincent with The Frames. Formerly Liroy (www.liroy.ca), 0Stella is Liz Pomeroy' solo project. Liz's music is influenced by love and loss as universal themes, but also by environmental issues that face our world today. An exploration of sumptuous pop melodies and guitar amongst earnest, heart-aching lyrics.
Performing as Liroy, Liz opened for Whale And The Wolf in May 2017. She also toured Ireland and the U.K in July 2017, performing along sidewell established local acts such as Sinead McConville, Jane Willow, D-Day, Paul Gilbody, Lou McLean and The Violet Kind.
Former front woman of Calgary based alt-rock band, Burning Daisy, the Calgary Herald described Liz's earlier performances as a "sizzling stage presence [with] sultry Shirley Manson voice".
Originally from Ireland, Liz formed Burning Daisy in 2011, the band ear worming its way onto the [local] music scene with immediate success. Presenting a "Burlesque rock and stage show theatric" that fans came to adore, Burning Daisy's final single, Cuz I Said So, was described as "excellent and anthemic" by music reviewer Mike Bell.
The band was put on hiatus when Liz relocated to Edmonton, Alberta in order to complete a music diploma at Grant MacEwan University. Currently performing as a soloist or with a full band, Pomeroy's journey has defied her musical and live performance boundaries; forging the brooding melancholy Burning Daisy embodied to fresh, light-seeking sounds. In recent years the artist has become a zero-waste living advocate, which as informed her song-writing style and led to the creation of protest lyrics in her latest work. These heavy topics are contrasted by catchy pop melodies; creating a sense of irony and rebelliousness on stage.