Fresh off the heels of their “Here to Dance” single release just last week, Australian sisters The Veronicas have announced that they will be releasing their new album, Gothic Summer, on March 22nd via Big Noise Music Group. It will be the duo’s first international album release in ten years and is available for pre-orders here.

Rumors of a new album from The Veronicas first started swirling around back in October of 2023 when they released the fierce anthem “Perfect” and made a critically lauded appearance at When We Were Young festival. Then in December, they dropped the ska-pop-punk fusion “Detox” and confirmed that they had a new album titled Gothic Summer coming in March 2024.

The 8-track album was produced by longtime collaborator, friend and Big Noise label-head John Feldmann, alongside a modern-day roll call of A-list pop/rock juggernauts including Travis Barker, Sierra Deaton, Ryan Linville (Olivia Rodrigo, Chappell Roan), Zhone (Troye Sivan, Kim Petras) and Chris Collins (Royal Otis, Matt Corby) who all challenged the duo to explore their expansive musical range more than ever before.

In addition to releasing new music, The Veronicas will hit the road for a 22-date headlining tour of the U.S. this spring — their first return to U.S. stages in nearly a decade. The tour will run from April 3rd through May 5th, with stops in San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Salt Lake City, Denver, Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Boston, New York City, Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles and more. Tickets are available now here.




  2. DETOX
  4. SAVAGE (ft. Kerser)
  8. PERFECT (Acoustic)

Tour dates:

April 3rd: San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore

April 5th: Seattle, WA – The Showbox

April 6th: Portland, OR – Aladdin Theatre

April 9th: Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex

April 10th: Denver, CO – Summit

April 12th: Minneapolis, MN – Varsity Theatre

April 13th: Milwaukee, WI – The Rave

April 14th: Chicago, IL – House of Blues

April 16th: Detroit, MI – St. Andrews Hall

April 17th: Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall

April 19th: Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts

April 20th: Washington, D.C. – The Fillmore

April 21st: Boston, MA – Royale

April 22nd: New York, NY – Irving Plaza

April 24th: Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade

April 26th: Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Revolution Live

April 27th: Orlando, FL – House of Blues

April 28th: Tampa, FL – The Ritz Ybor

April 30th: Dallas, TX – The Echo

May 1st: Houston, TX – White Oak

May 4th: Las Vegas, NV – House of Blues

May 5th: Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda