Veronica Bianqui Unveils New Single "Victim"
Garage-pop singer Veronica Bianqui has released her brand new single Victim, a liberating anthem about coming to terms with and breaking free from co-dependent, self-destructive behaviours that so many of us experience on a daily basis. With the growing opioid epidemic in the US and the recent untimely death of Bianqui’s sister at the age of 35, who struggled with drug addiction for years, the message means even more now than when she wrote it four years ago. Stream it below!

Produced in collaboration with Matt Adams (of The Blank Tapes), Victim demonstrates Bianqui’s energetic bridge between psych, garage and classic soul music. Loving the way her dynamic vocals are paired with a 60’s-inspired guitar riff creating a catchy, modern anthem. Bianqui’s headstrong lyrics explore the struggle to break free from the emotional and psychological traps we impose on ourselves. Speaking about the track she said,
I wrote this song when I started discovering how being emotionally co-dependent has negatively affected my life by creating a pattern of self-victimization. Now, to me, it represents the hope for addicts to escape from their cycle of addiction. I hope it serves as inspiration for addicts and their loved ones around the world that you can put your foot down and change—that you don’t have to be a victim, like my sister—and so many millions of others—unfortunately have been.