Veronica Everheart is a singer-songwriter making candid tracks with a personal, unique edge on subjects such as love, self-image, and mental health that all listeners will relate to. Veronica Everheart is an authentic and empathetic songwriter who has been compared to the likes of Joni Mitchell and Courtney Barnett. Everheart pairs intimate lyrics with the occasional satirical take on love. Her debut single “Sour” encompasses Everheart’s style. Lines such as “heart is a melancholy word, and love won’t save me that’s for sure” and “I’m sorry for all I said but why do I have to apologize for something that you did?” show self-awareness and genuine emotion. Everheart’s lyrics combined with driving rhythms and captivating melody create the perfect recipe for intriguing, timeless songs. Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, Veronica Everheart is currently a student at New Jersey’s William Paterson University where she studies Music Management. Everheart has been a songwriter since middle school and finished her first album by age 15. Her new single, "Sour," further solidifies her capabilities as an artist. There are no signs of stopping for Everheart as she continues to expand her catalog of honest, compelling songs.