Vera Blue
Vera Blue

Vera Blue

About Vera Blue

Vera Blue’s stylish electronic pop and gentle, gymnastic voice cut straight to the heart, and her sound has a handcrafted quality that nods to her rootsy beginnings. Born Celia Pavey in Forbes, Australia, in 1994, the songwriter was performing on guitar and violin by the time she was a teenager, influenced by the classic folk that played in her home when she was a kid. A stellar outing on The Voice Australia led to a charting debut (2013’s This Music) in her home country, but she soon switched gears. Under her new stage name, Vera Blue released Perennial in 2017, blending acoustic and electronic instrumentation on songs like the empowered “Regular Touch.” Regardless of the vibe, Blue’s nimble voice earns its spot front and center, delivering nuanced lyrics about heartache on 2019’s “Like I Remember You,” the specter of past relationship trauma on 2020’s “Lie to Me,” and desire on 2021’s “Temper.”

  • HOMETOWN
    Forbes, Australia
  • BORN
    1994

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