Vera Blue

Sydney-based singer-songwriter Celia Pavey, better known as Vera Blue, is one of Australia's most promising talents who blends her folk roots with sultry electronica. Prior to Vera Blue, Pavey participated in The Voice Australia in 2013 and placed third.

Discography

This Music
2013
Perennial
2017

Vera Blue Signs A U.S. Deal And Heads Out On Tour To Celebrate

Vera Blue had a bit of a breakout 2016, and her hot streak sets to continue as she signs some fresh deals in the U.S. and announces her debut tour...

Vera Blue Teams Up With Slumberjack On Their Huge New Banger ‘Fracture’

Rising star Vera Blue has found some success with collaborations so far, with last year’s work on Illy’s ‘Papercuts’ looking to propel her into the top 10 of the Hottest 100...

From The Voice To The Top Of The Charts: Inside Vera Blue’s Breakout Year

As we’ve previously mentioned, 2016 is well and truly the year that female Aussie musos broke out in the biggest way. It seemed that no matter where you looked, it...

Empire Of The Sun’s Nick Littlemore Has A New Project With Vera Blue

Nick Littlemore, best known as one half of Empire of the Sun and PNAU, has revealed he’s launched his own independent record label and is christening it with a series...

Vera Blue Announces 2016 National Tour

Having only just wrapped up her sold-out Fingertips Tour at the Newtown Social Club in Sydney and still hot on the heels of the buzz generated by her stint supporting...

US hip-hop star KYLE (SuperDuperKyle)

KYLE (SuperDuperKyle) has just announced Groovin The Moo sideshows

The Groovin The Moo lineup has only been out for a week, but already we’re starting to see the slow trickle of sideshows announced for when the regional fest does...

English grime MC Lady Leshurr and US rapper Aminé, two acts who have announced Groovin' The Moo sideshows

Two of Groovin The Moo’s international acts have announced sideshows

Last week, Groovin The Moo unleashed the lineup for their 2018 round of festivals, and as expected, it’s an absolute corker. But now, just in case you aren’t able to...

Baker Boy, Royal Blood, and Alex Lahey, three of the acts from the 2018 Groovin The Moo lineup

Groovin The Moo have just dropped their stellar 2018 lineup

Everyone’s favourite travelling music festival is back for another year, with Groovin The Moo today announcing the lineup for its stellar 2018 event. Back for its 14th year, Groovin The...

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Here are the songs that just missed out on this year’s Hottest 100

Sure, we know that Kendrick beat Gang Of Youths to the number one spot, and we know that Australia scored 65 tracks in this year’s countdown, but now we come...

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triple j’s Hottest 100 of 2017: The full list

Today’s the day, music lovers. It’s time for triple j’s Hottest 100 for 2017. We’ve already discovered a few sneaky stats about this year’s countdown, but we’re eager to see just...

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Check out what some of your favourite artists voted for in the Hottest 100

We’re a week into the Hottest 100 voting period, so by now, you’ve probably got reams of paper filled with the songs you enjoyed throughout the year as you whittle...

Jimmy Barnes, The Rubens, and Vera Blue, who will be performing at the Australian Open's 2018 concert series.

The Australian Open have dropped the lineup for their 2018 concert series

If your idea of a perfect summer day consists of nothing more than sport and music, then there’s a pretty strong chance you’re going to want to head along to...

The 15 finalists of the Forbes Street Studios 2017 Grant

Meet the finalists of the $10,000 Forbes Street Studios Grant

We’re thrilled to announce the 15 finalists of the Forbes Street Studio Grant – which offers one young artist a major leg-up to the value of $10,000. Out of the...

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5 New Year’s Eve gigs that aren’t going to suck

New Year’s celebrations can be tricky – you want to go out and do something to ring in the new year, but you certainly don’t want to spend the entirety...

Peking Duk, Queens of the Stone Age and Tash Sultana at Splendour 2017

All our photo highlights from a very special year at Splendour

With everything from glitter boobs in crisp yet freezing weather, to surprise sets and huge guest appearances, the 2017 iteration of Australia’s favourite music shindig, Splendour In The Grass, has...