Multi-platinum, chart-topping Australian duo The Veronicas have signed with U.S. powerhouse label Big Noise for their newest release, which will be debuting in 2023. The Veronicas, who have had a 17-year career with chart-topping success and multiple worldwide hit songs including sixteen Top 10 singles, 3 #1s, 5 multiplatinum-selling international albums and more than 900 million global streams, are the debut female-fronted signing for Big Noise and are set to be a premiere priority for the label next year. The acclaimed duo recently teased studio time with the label’s A&R John Feldmann and Travis Barker (Blink 182) and is being added to festivals across the U.S. for 2023 including the biggest emo rock revival festival WHEN WE WERE YOUNG, giving fans the first taste of The Veronicas back on U.S. soil in 7 years.
"The Veronicas have been at the forefront of unapologetic female pop punk their entire career, and we're excited to represent their music & vision into 2023," says Jon Cohen, president of Big Noise Music Group.
Founded by industry titans Nick Gross (Zendaya, Ariana Grande, Wiz Khalifa), Jon Cohen (The 1975, Dashboard Confessional, Edward Sharpe), and rock producer and A&R John Feldmann (The Used, Avril Lavigne, 5 Seconds of Summer), Big Noise has been spearheading some of the biggest alt-pop and rock releases in 2022, including MOD SUN’s album Internet Killed the Rockstar, which has over 250 million streams and includes the hit single “Flames”, which features alternative icon Avril Lavigne. The label’s roster also includes The Used, Goldfinger, The Wrecks, Escape the Fate, girlfriends, and several other acts in the alternative and rock spaces.
The Veronicas hail from Australia, yet their impact has been felt around the globe. Jessica and Lisa Origliasso, twin sisters, were teenagers when they moved to LA, signed a record deal with the Grandfather of Punk Rock, Seymour Stein (Madonna, The Ramones) to Warner Bros/Sire Records, and released their first album, THE SECRET LIFE OF