Singer, songwriter Vérité unveils new single “Youth” today. The track was written by the artist in collaboration with Andrew Maury (Lewis Del Mar, Shawn Mendes, RAC) and Zach Nicita (Anne-Marie, Louis The Child, MS MR), who also produced. Click HERE to listen!
Vérité said about the meaning behind the track, “Youth is a rare look back. When I was younger I was tangled in a relationship with an older, manipulative, shitty human. Such a par for the course, all too common cliché it actually annoys me. It amazes me how much I thought I needed this person and how small I made myself to accommodate him. How he was someone I’ve had to process, recover from, and become healthy in spite of and I am someone he never thought of again. Youth is about how someone can be so all encompassing to one person while the other views them as such a small blip on a screen that they’d never look back or remember.”
In addition, Vérité is set to open for X Ambassadors on their headlining North American tour this fall. Her support dates kick off on November 1st at State Theatre in Portland, ME and wrap on November 20that Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, CA.
Vérité recently debuted “Gone,” her first single in two years, via NYLON. Co-written and produced by singer-songwriter Madi Diaz and Konrad Snyder, the song reintroduced the musician, capturing the devastating effects of something ending. Carried by haunting crescendos and Vérité’s powerhouse vocals, the track sees the singer pleading for time to stand still for a little while longer before her world turns upside down. The video features stunning visuals with the backdrop of Ojai, CA and was directed by Charlie Manton.
Following the release of her 2017 LP Somewhere In Between, Vérité has become the definition of thriving in the new music industry as an independent artist. Since her project began, Vérité has garnered 250M + streams across all platforms with 1.4+ monthly listeners. Her debut album has over 50M streams, while her cover of The 1975’s “Somebody Else” has been streamed 111M times.
2019 TOUR DATES
Nov 1 Portland, ME State Theatre
Nov 2 Philadelphia, PA Franklin Music Hall
Nov 5 Cleveland, OH House of Blues
Nov 6 Detroit, MI The Fillmore Detroit
Nov 8 Grand Rapids, MI 20 Monroe Live
Nov 9 Indianapolis, IN Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
Nov 10 Nashville, TN Marathon Music Works
Nov 12 Omaha, NE Sokol Auditorium
Nov 15 Portland, OR McMenamins Crystal Ballroom
Nov 16 Boise, ID
Knitting Factory Concert House
Nov 17 Seattle, WA Showbox SoDo
Nov 19 San Francisco, CA The Warfield
Nov 20 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Palladium