Eliza Wren

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Eliza Wren is an American singer-songwriter, filmmaker from Austin, Texas. She heads the band, ELiZA WREN and co-heads the band Haun's Mill (novelty folk band) with Nord Anderson.

ELiZA WREN band[edit]

ELiZA WREN was established in 1999 in Austin, Texas.

Haun's Mill[edit]

Haun's Mill was formed with Nord Anderson in 2006 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The musical style has been described as “Haunted Saloon Folk” with modern electronic elements.

Returns to Oz[edit]

Influenced by Dark Side of the Rainbow, syncing Pink Floyd's album The Dark Side of the Moon with the film The Wizard of Oz, Wren composed an original rock score that synced with the 1985 cult Disney film Return To Oz that was exactly the same length of time as the film. Recorded over a 3 year period with Eden’s Watchtower Records, the album and performance premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. Actress and star of the film, Fairuza Balk attended and hosted the event. The event continues to tour the country.


The group was formed by Wes French and Brian Locklin in Austin, Texas and was influenced by Italian Horror films and electronic muddling. The group collaborated and recorded their album, Pony, in 2003.


Year Artist Label Album

2001 "ELiZA WREN" "Public Hi-Fi Recording Studio" Living on the Outside
2001 "ELiZA WREN" Chocolate Records Ripple Effect (compilation)
2003 "ELiZA WREN" Pony Records Peradventure
2003 "Hallicrafters" Pony Records Pony
2007 "ELiZA WREN" Eden's Watchtower Records Faint Transmissions Vol 1 (compilation)
2007 "Haun's Mill Massacre" Elastik Marbles Music First Edition
2008 "ELiZA WREN" Eden's Watchtower Records Faint Transmissions Vol 2 (compilation)
2008 "ELiZA WREN" Eden's Watchtower Records Dead Trees - Music for Christmas (compilation)
2009 "ELiZA WREN" Eden's Watchtower Records Returns to Oz (double album)
2009 "Haun's Mill Massacre" Elastik Marbles Music Haun's Mill
2012 "Haun's Mill" Elastik Marbles Music Away


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