SPICY: The Veronicas Reveal ~Outside Forces~ Led To An 18-Month Sisterly Feud

Hm, I was going to begin this article with ‘2019 is set to be the year of The Veronicas but then realised that this is categorically incorrect as the band’s time-stopping track ‘Untouched’ was released in 2007, therefore that year forever belongs to them.

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2019, however, will be the year they spill the tea as their spicy new tunes are upon us and from what we’ve seen so far, the girls are pulling no punches.

The Brisbane-born twins graced the cover of yesterday’s Stellar magazine where they gave an exclusive tell-all interview.

The sisters reveal that they were estranged for 18-months in 2017 due to certain ~outside forces~ who have remained nameless.

“It’s hard to comprehend. I still cannot understand it,” Jessica Origliasso said.

“There’s no way of explaining it. I was watching baby videos our dad brought over the other day of Lise and I. We were so connected, so close. For that to be a threat to anybody has been one of the hardest things for me to understand.”

Lisa Origliasso added that during their silent feud, she turned to music as her solace.

“Music has always been my therapy. Thank God I have it,” Lisa told the publication. “I didn’t really have Jessie around so much. It was tough.”

The girls recently teased a new song on their Twitter called ‘Without You’ which is about the aftermath of a toxic relationship, featuring lyrics such as:

“I underestimated how complicated you are / I don’t miss being hated.”

Fans immediately assumed that the girls were calling out Jess’ ex Ruby Rose, but when asked if there was any truth to this, Origliasso responded, “I’m not here to air my dirty laundry”.

“I just wrote as authentically as I could. It’s a song about the end of a toxic relationship, about taking back your power. If I pulled from experience it’s definitely a fun version of the reality, which [was often] far more serious.”

Talking of her previous relationships, the singer further shared, “I let someone else define me”.

“That’s wild. People would probably consider me a strong person who is sure of themselves, but when you’re in love with and put your trust into someone, you want to hope they’re reflecting back something that is only going to help support you, not bring you down.”

She continues: “That’s been a really hard lesson. But it’s good to know anybody can come out of that and be stronger. It can happen. It’s been a lot of work, a lot of work, but I know who I am — I’m proud to live it every day now”.

Jessica later took to Instagram to reveal that their next single is not the one teased in the video, but rather another track called ‘Think Of Me’ which will be released next month.

Needless to say, we’re here for the tea.