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New York, NY (April 26, 2024) - Award-winning Boston-based, 20-year-old indie singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, Veronica Lewis, brings us a new single, “Disconnected,” to announce her upcoming album, Too Late For Tears, for an August 16 release via Moonwink Records/Symphonic.


photo credit: Michael Beach

“Disconnected" is about the abrupt moment you lose someone. It’s grief suspended in time. Veronica notes, “I tried to capture the feeling of having someone you loved ripped from you. It’s the shock and the loss.”

Alongside her deeply emotive vocals, Veronica lays down haunting electric guitar riffs and piano, invoking the mood of a modern-day 'Wuthering Heights'. The official music video portrays the protagonist grappling with the departure of a loved one, haunted by their presence and driven to chase after them across windswept fields. In the song, the rhythm section propels the narrative forward with driving momentum, while the arrangement unfolds expansively and builds into the tragic, heart-breaking moment of discovery. The song was written for a close family friend, Nathaniel, who died of accidental drug poisoning and is dedicated to him.

The video, which premiered via Under the Radar, was shot on an abandoned farm in upstate, New York by Michael Beach. It portrays a scene of a shattered home and the loss of a young person.

Veronica has already been hailed as “One of the most promising torchbearers of American rock n’ roll” by American Songwriter. Performing since age 12, Veronica took the blues and roots scene by storm with an early album that was heaped with accolades and awards, hitting # 2 on Billboard Blues Charts. With her years of intense performing, creating and growing up, Veronica has quickly evolved, finding a unique style as a songwriter and musician. Veronica’s sonic odyssey is part of the groundswell of female artists who are redefining the meaning of singer/songwriter in modern American rock. With this album, she shows a singular vision, confidence, and stunning artistic honesty.

Veronica wrote, produced, and performed all of the instruments (except acoustic drums Mike Walsh & Brennan Schedler) on Too Late For Tears. An album about which she says, "This is me growing up and coming to terms with things we all struggle with… disillusionment, self-discovery, the beauty and flaws you find in yourself, and the world around you."

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