- Acoustic guitar
- Homestudio recording
Hobbies and interests:
- Artwork / visuals
- Engineering light
- Logic Pro
Just like the colors of the sky at sunset, the combination of Veronicas words and music feel bittersweet - thrilled about the falling of the night but sad about the leaving of the sun.
Influenced by the likes of Amy Winehouse, Alicia Keys and The 1975, Fusaro first stepped into the spotlight in 2016 with her self-produced EP ‘Lost In Thought’ and surprised the Swiss music industry by winning the ‘Demo of the Year’ at the prominent national M4Music Festival. Being the support act for Mark Knopfler in the amphitheater in Nîmes, for Eagle-Eye Cherry in France, for Ibeyi in London, playing Glastonbury 2019 and the Eurosonic Festival 2020 mark only a few of the many highlights of her young career.
Her debut album "All the Colors of the Sky" (release 20.01.23) seeks to inspire and encourage all those whose worlds break down now and then. This is an optimistic album, a warm embrace for when life gets tough, where new beginnings trump endings. Or in the language of Veronica Fusaro: “in the black night sky, already the dawn”.
Nobody can describe the mood of this impressive debut album better than the artist herself. "I like to wrap melancholic feelings in colorful wrapping paper," she says. And while we're on the subject of contrasts, let’s juxtapose the uniqueness inherent in Fusaro's music with one of the most hackneyed, but apt phrases: "All the Colors of the Sky" is a really mature work.