The Veronicas set to release first studio album in six years


The Veronicas set to release first studio album in six years as they tease fans with sneak peak of new song

They’ve been entertaining Australian audiences for more than 15 years.

And on Tuesday, The Veronicas singers Lisa and Jessica Origliasso surprised fans with the news they will be releasing their much anticipated fourth studio album later this year.

The 35-year-old Brisbane pop twins had fans rejoicing after they offered them a sneak peek of their new song, Biting My Tongue, on Instagram.

They’re back! On Tuesday, Lisa and Jessica Origliasso, aka The Veronicas, announced they will release their first album in six years

‘From our upcoming 4th studio album, Human,’ they wrote across their social media channels.

Fans were quick to comment underneath the post, with one writing: ‘Absolutely amazing girls’. 

‘I can’t wait for the new single!! Been a fan since 4ever!’ a second commented.

While the album’s release date is yet to be announced, the new single will mark their first since Think of Me and Ugly in 2019. It’s unclear if those two songs will appear on the upcoming album.

Get excited! The 35-year-old pop twins had fans rejoicing after they offered them a sneak peek of their new song, Biting My Tongue, on Instagram.

Get excited! The 35-year-old pop twins had fans rejoicing after they offered them a sneak peek of their new song, Biting My Tongue, on Instagram.

It comes as it was revealed the pop duo will be headlining a drive-in Concert at Sydney’s Raging Waters in July. 

In a press release for the event, Jessica admitted she can’t wait to perform live again and thinks the atmosphere will rival any festival. 

‘Festivals create a unity of energy that is unlike any other feeling. We are thinking outside the box to make sure we can all still give an experience of live music to our fans during these times,’ she said. 

Comeback: While the album's release date is yet to be announced, the new single will mark their first since Think of Me and Ugly in 2019. It's unclear if those two songs will appear on the upcoming album

Comeback: While the album’s release date is yet to be announced, the new single will mark their first since Think of Me and Ugly in 2019. It’s unclear if those two songs will appear on the upcoming album

‘A drive-in concert sounded like our perfect night. Get your friends together, great snacks, blankets, comfy seats and great weather is a guarantee,’ she added.

‘This is the first time we’re ever done anything like this. Who knows what will happen. We’re expecting a symphony of car horns during Untouched.’  

Prices vary from $209 to $359 per vehicle, which can carry up to five people.

Drive-In Entertainment Australia has advised the events will remain completely contact-free- with tickets only available online prior to the night. 

Pop stars: It comes as it was revealed the pop duo will be headlining a drive-in Concert at Sydney's Raging Waters next month

Pop stars: It comes as it was revealed the pop duo will be headlining a drive-in Concert at Sydney’s Raging Waters next month

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