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Pushing Veronica

Pop, punk, rock, alternative... OK, a mashup, band Pushing Veronica was in action at the House of Blues Parish Room in Anaheim, California bringing their contagious energy and dark humor. High school friends Oli Litner (vocals/guitar), Julien Silvas (guitar/vocals), Noah Rozansky (bass) and Brady Ward (drums) describe their style of music as "ballpit rock." After opening a sold out show at the Whisky A Go-Go for Gemini Syndrome, the quartet caught the attention of drummer Brian Steele who invited them to record at his Las Vegas studio in late 2017. The band has described working with Brian as being given permission to open up and embrace their clever and eccentric sides while honing their sound. The band just released a new video for the first single "Dead Girl" directed by legendary Dean Carr (Marilyn Manson, Deftones) and can be seen below! This band is fun, young, with loads of energy and an act worth catching live. If you're in the LA area try and check out a show, click on the tour dates for your chance if you're on the desktop version, or click to their Facebook page is you're on your mobile unit!

House of Blues

Anaheim, CA

Photos By: Ceol Photography  ~  Jessica Jones

Pushing Veronica and their debut video for the single "Dead Girl."