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The Veronicas Are Clubby Nymphettes In Lolita!

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Get your taboo love on with The Veronicas! Humbert Humbert would be SO proud…

While we adore these twin Aussie poptarts, we're not quite sold on their new track Lolita, which takes its name from the 12-year old object of sexual desire in Vladimir Nabokov's classic novel.

The lead single off of forthcoming album Life on Mars is super generic and follows every other current pop-song into the euro-club musical abyss…

And don't get us wrong, we jam HARD to clubtastic beats, but we were expecting oh so much more from this familial pair after SUCH a long hiatus!

Get in touch with YOUR inner nymphette (above).

And stay vigilant for the FULL Lolita music video, which will be unleashed July 27th!

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9 comments to “The Veronicas Are Clubby Nymphettes In Lolita!”

  1. Nick Stanley says – reply to this


    I disagree with your critique Perez. Super generic? Listen to lyrics. They're more more meaningful and emotional than the club songs on the radio right now. Do club songs use similes anymore? They're so literal, when the veronicas add depth to the usual radio far. Listen to their voices. The girls aren't auto-tuned to hell like most everything on the radio. It's easy to say all club songs sounds the same, but if you really listen, the Veronicas are bringing something fresh and different.

  2. Zip says – reply to this


    A concept song with no real depth, and no authentic daring. If you are going to go there, and pretend to be sexually provocative, then you must take the risk to go all the way, and truly do something that is daring, that bears your soul and sexuality. They took the easy way out, and gave us a tease. A real artist goes all the way for their art, and never bluffs!

  3. GODLITA says – reply to this


    oh stfu piggy

    they slayed this song.

  4. 4

    I do love the Veronicas but why does the beginning sound like they are gonna burst out into a version of Ellie Goulding's Lights.

  5. 5

    The writers at Perez sometimes confuse me, this song is great. They can sing, it has good rhythm and lyrics. You all get there and plug for all kinds of nobodies that "sing" utter rubbish then diss actual artists!

  6. killa400 says – reply to this


    Re: cinematic-orchestra – was thinking the same thing!!

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  8. Lauren says – reply to this


    I totally disagree! The lyrics are fantastic! The melody is so much better than the shit in the charts at the moment. The title of the song immediately raises a few eyebrows but really has nothing to do with 1955 classic. They aren't trying to "pretend to be sexually provocative" The girls say it’s their intention to surprise rather than shock with the song which is drawn from their experiences as young women battling an industry dominated by older men.
    I would rather listen to this a hundred times over than the shit David Guetta spews out.
    And as for the Ellie Goulding bit, not having heard of that song, I can't comment.

  9. 9

    The Veronicas' Lolita is a STUPID song. Bad lyrics and poor music for such a wonderful concept.
    Btw, these sisters are not beautiful, are not sexy; they have nothing in common with Lolita character. Bad choise for them.