Celia Pavey, otherwise known as Vera Blue is a Sydney based singer-songwriter. Coming into prominence with the 2013 run of The Voice Australia the young singer was an online hit. Placing third in the competition she then released her debut studio album This Music, which peaked at number 14 in her native Australia.
Pavey then took on the name Vera Blue and released an EP titled Fingertips, with two hit singles Hold and Settle. The single Hold hit number 5 on Spotify and then her second album Perennial released and peaked at number six in the Australian charts. Touring alongside Conrad Sewell and the Broods, she has played in festivals such as Splendour in the Grass and will be touring throughout 2018.