Liza Jane Unleashes New Pop/Dance Anthem “Sacrifice,” following Up on Chart-Topping Hit “Man Or A Monster” 

“Surefire club banger with driving beats and immersive rhythms. Liza Jane’s vocals are ferocious and powerful.”EssentiallyPop 

Liza Jane is expanding her pop/dance repertoire with her newest single “Sacrifice.”” Following the success of her chart-topping hit “Man Or A Monster,” which soared to the top 5 on Music Week-UK, Liza Jane is back with another infectious dance thriller setting the stage for a meteoric rise to stardom. 

Teaming up once again with legendary Swedish DJ Stonebridge and producer Shayon Daniels, Liza Jane delivers a captivating dance anthem that showcases her dynamic vocal prowess and undeniable star power. “Sacrifice” the Stonebridge Anthem Remix is also featured in Stonebridge’s weekly mix show on Sirius XM’s BPM Channel. 

Reflecting on her string of singles, Liza Jane shares, “My idea was to write a collection of songs that delve into the intricacies of relationships—the highs, the lows, and the intensity of passion often mistaken for love.” This vision comes to life in “Sacrifice,” a track that combines European dance beats with K-pop styled melodies, creating a seductive and irresistible sound. 

Critics have drawn comparisons to icons like Lady Gaga, with EarMilk hailing Liza Jane as “a rising starlet… a force to be reckoned with.” Embracing these comparisons, Jane also cites diverse influences ranging from Sarah Brightman to Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey. 

With “Sacrifice,” Liza Jane invites audiences into her pop diva era, blending irresistible beats with alluring lyrics and a magnetic stage presence. Her dedication to her craft, combined with her infectious energy is a recipe for inevitable prominence. 

Listen to “Sacrifice” on YouTube here

More about Liza Jane

“My musical journey has been a roller coaster ride,” Liza Jane recalls. From a young age, Liza Jane knew she was destined for the stage. ”I watched Cher: Live In Concert From Las Vegas DVD over and over again, mimicking her every move and wearing play costumes and wigs,” she reminisces of her childhood growing up in Key West Florida.  

A bright young woman, Liza Jane knew that being a success would take hard work and dedication- a task she was up for. She’s had vocal coaching since she was 5 years old, studied piano, guitar, and drums/steel drums throughout her childhood and attended Belmont University School of Music with a focus in classical voice performance. She spent a few years networking around “Music City” songwriting circles before moving to LA in 2020. There she recruited vocal coach Rosemary Butler (Renee Raap, Bonnie Raitt, Riley Keough) and photographer Pamela Springsteen to perfect her image. Jane is managed by former Warner Bros. Records head of Pop Promotion Greg Lee’s ImagineNation agency, Los Angeles.