SOTD: The Veronicas leave nothing to imagination on ‘Think Of Me’
After a hiatus of nearly two years, Australian pop queens The Veronicas are back at last.
‘Think Of Me’ is a pulsating earworm that bounces effortlessly from verse to chorus with strong repeat value, demonstrating many of the qualities that make up a good pop song.
The pair wrote and recorded the new single in Sydney last year with Isabella Kearney-Nurse and producer/engineer Robby De Sa.
“I said to Jess, If you’ve got something to say, the most powerful way you can say it, probably the only way you can say it, is through the music,” recalls Lisa Origliasso.
“There was no filter at all in these sessions, we’ve always been incredibly uncensored. That’s how we live our lives. We just speak it how we see it.”
Despite being the first ever Aussie act to score a Platinum single in the US, The Veronicas have never had a #1 airplay hit in Australia.
‘When It All Falls Apart’, ‘Untouched’, ‘This Love’ and ‘In My Blood’ all peaked in the Top 3 on the TMN Hot 100, but failed to push through to the summit.