Everyone’s favourite punk princess has had a busy year spreading her iconic electricity since releasing the infectious ‘Slide’.

It has been one short year since the incredible Lizzy Plapinger, aka LPX, released her infectiously fun track ‘Slide’, shortly followed by its lyric video. This track would be her last single release before her hotly anticipated EP in the new year. But first, she finished off 2017 with a show at Baby’s All Right in New York City, where she currently resides.

LPX started off 2018 with a bang, releasing Bolt in the Blue, her epic debut EP which did not disappoint. Over the coming months, the punk princess released lyric videos for the last two tracks of the EP, the more laid back ‘Fog and the Fear’ and ‘Red Queen’, before playing a DJ set at NYC’s trendy venue House of YES.

It wasn’t until August that LPX released fresh new music in the form of the sparkling ‘Might Not Make It Happen’ which received its first world play on Good Nights with Bridget on Australian-based radio station triple j. Its accompanying video was subsequently released and the track also featured on Amazon Music UK’s Brand New Music playlist.

In September, ‘Might Not Make It Home’ was the most played song on triple j that week which set a great precedent for her show at Neon Gold X, NYC with fellow state-side solo artists Matt Maeson, Alex Winston and Your Smith. LPX also made an appearance at Pier 17, NYC in support of New York pop duo St Lucia.

Two months after its release, ‘Might Not Make It Home’ was still receiving spins from triple j radio and LPX headed to Washington, DC to perform at All Things Go Fall Classic Festival in an all-female lineup. She played alongside the likes of Maggie Rogers, Billie Eilish and Jessie Reyez.

Coming up, you can see Lizzie perform at The Academic, Toronto as well as in Australia at Falls Music and Arts Festival!

LPX provided us with a more personal insight into her year: “Since the release of ‘Slide’ I released my debut EP, Bolt in the Blue, this past January. As well as my most current single ‘Might Not Make It Home’ (which went #1 on triple J radio) this fall ahead of my forthcoming sophomore EP slated for the top of the new year. I’m also travelling to Australia this Dec/Jan to play Falls Festival!”