Los Angeles-based indie garage-pop-rock singer and multi-instrumentalist Veronica Bianqui has released a new track called “Victim,” to which all proceeds will benefit Harm Reduction Coalition. “HRC is a non-profit organization that advocates for the health and dignity of drugs users and advances harm reduction policies, practices, and programs that help people address the adverse effects of drug use including overdose, HIV, Hepatitis C, addiction and incarceration.”
“Victim” is ready for prime-time, it is a radio-ready track that could easily fit in alongside something by Lorde and HAIM. Stay tuned for her debut release, slated for sometime in 2018.
“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.”