The Veronicas preview new single Biting My Tongue as they prepare for a comeback with their fourth album Human
The Veronicas will release a new single called Biting My Tongue.
Jessica and Lisa Origliasso, 35, shared a fragment of the dance track and a preview of the upcoming video clip on Instagram on Friday.
“Biting my tongue is about saying everything you’ve stopped,” said the Brisbane sisters Rolling Stone Australia.
Worth the wait! The Veronicas teased their new single Biting My Tongue on Friday
“When desire is on the tip of your tongue and you don’t know whether to share your feelings and risk everything, or hold on and risk never knowing,” she added.
“I think we would always feel that it was a tragedy to love someone and the fear of their reaction keeping us from knowing if they could feel the same. So this writing was like a confession pouring out. ‘
The single is the first song to be released from their upcoming album Human.
“Biting my tongue is about saying everything you’ve stopped,” the twins explained to Rolling Stone Australia
It will be the first studio album to be released by the pop group in seven years.
Meanwhile, The Veronicas are scheduled for a concert in Sydney on July 17.
The live performance is the first in a series of 640 great COVID-safe events to be held in drive-in theaters across the country in the coming months.
The twins are the first act on stage at Sydney’s Raging Waters drive-in near Blacktown.
Missing live music? The Veronicas are on the program at a major concert in Sydney on July 17
In a press release for the event, Jessica admitted she can’t wait to perform live again and thinks the atmosphere will match any festival.
Festivals create a unit of energy unlike any other feeling. We think outside the box to make sure that we can all give our fans a live music experience during these times, ”she said.
“A drive-in concert sounded like our perfect night. Bringing your friends together, great snacks, blankets, comfy chairs and good weather is a guarantee, ”she added.
But how? The live performance is the first in a series of 640 great COVID-safe events to be held in drive-in theaters across the country in the coming months. The Veronicas will be the first act to be on stage in the drive-in of Raging Waters in Sydney, near Blacktown
“This is the first time we’ve done anything like this. Who knows what’s going to happen. During Untouched we expect a symphony of car horns. ‘
Prices range from $ 209 to $ 359 per vehicle, which can accommodate up to five people.
Drive-In Entertainment Australia has advised that the events remain completely contact-free tickets only available online prior to the night.
‘Fun! A drive-in concert sounded like our perfect night. Bring your friends together, great snacks, blankets, comfy chairs and good weather is a guarantee, ‘said Jessica, promising it will be as good as any’ music festival ‘