- Eye ColorBlue Eyes
- Hair ColorBlondes
- HometownMelbourne, Australia
Twins Miriam and Olivia Nervo are each other’s lucky charms. That’s what they told V Magazine in 2013. These inseparable and impossibly talented sisters might just be right about that. They’ve gotten each other far.
The songwriters and DJs, who perform as a duo under their last name, have written music for Britney Spears, Kelly Rowland, Kesha, Kylie Minogue, and more. Since coming out from behind the scenes, they’ve released club single after club single on international charts and have become festival main-stage regulars. Their followers go by Nervo Nation.
And they’ve done it all while rocking a distinctive—and distinctly attractive—look, with Olivia’s platinum-blond hair long and wavy and Miriam’s short and spiked up. Black, white, animal print, studs, and cutoff shorts are key parts of their wardrobes, which they appear to share. Olivia goes by Liv, Miriam goes by Mim.
“Youʼve got the ʻbig roomʼ electronic, youʼve got electro house, youʼve got techno, youʼve got deep house—thereʼs so many different layers and facets and textures to it,” Mim told PheonixMag.com. “There will always be room for everyone who loves all realms of EDM.”
“Thatʼs what I love about festivals—itʼs a smorgasbord of music for the masses!” Liv added.
As young girls growing up in Australia, they could often be found jostling in mosh pits at electronic music shows, and they dabbled in modeling before making music their main focus. (They even got accepted to Opera Australia Academy but decided to focus on songwriting.)
“Our grandma once asked us to show her what DJing was, so we played for her at her home for about 15 minutes,” the pair told V Magazine when asked what the strangest venue they’ve ever played was. “She seemed to get it by the end.”
They were signed as CoverGirl spokesmodels in 2012.
“Let’s face it, you can be creative in many ways,” Mim said in a quote on the sisters’ website, nervomusic.com. “From wearing crazy clothes and great makeup to playing wicked tunes. It’s all part of the experience.”