Veronica Fusaro tackles toxic relationships on ‘Venom’

Swiss songwriter and performer Veronica Fusaro is back with brand new single ‘Venom’. The track tackles the feeling of being in a relationship that’s draining the life out of you – something we can all relate to.

In her own words the track is about “the moment you realize that the person you handed your heart to is messing around with it. You always knew that this person wouldn’t do you any good, but you keep hoping they’ll change. Instead, the relationship kills you softly from the inside – just like Venom.“

Musically, the song creeps along, infecting your subconscious, reflecting the moment of introspection and paralysis experienced when you realise that love has been reduced to nothing but spite and toxicity. Jazz-influenced synths and ghostly vocal stabs provide the bed for the raw power and emotion of Veronica’s voice, backed up by hip hop beats and sub drops that add weight to the mix.
Having released her second EP “ICE COLD” in February 2018, the 21-year-old hasn’t stopped for breath, supporting Ibeyi at Electric Brixton, performing at international conferences such as Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg, the Winter Olympics in Pyeong Chang, Clash Magazine’s stage at The Great Escape Festival in Brighton and Music Matters Singapore.
‘Venom’ is available everywhere from Friday October 19th – and keep an eye out for upcoming tour dates on