With US-05 being perceived as "more fruity" that just suggests to me that it was "more stressed" during the first 24-48 hours of pitching. That could be due to underpitching (using one instead of two packets), not hydrating the dry yeast (to help reform the cell walls before being pitched into high gravity wort), and having to rev up cellular metabolism from a dormant state (unlike the liquid yeast which has been reved up metabolically in a starter prior to pitching). Most of us are lazy and just dump dry US-05 right into the wort. Kind of like pushing freshly-hatched birds out of the nest, i.e., "fly or die."
IMO, a true side-by-side comparison would involve making a starter of 1056 and US-05 prior to pitching.