Daisy Victoria was singer and songwriter for musical venture, Maglia Rosa Group. She has now embarked on a solo adventure under the moniker, Daisy Victoria.
As part of Maglia Rosa Group, Daisy played Latitude 2013, The John Peel Centre for BBC Introducing and was short listed by Just Music That I Like for the Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition 2013.
Her debut EP, Blue Hubbard, was recorded at her home with Wild Beasts and 2:54 collaborator, David Pye. She has just released her first solo single, Heart Full Of Beef.
Heart Full Of Beef is a fabulous, female enthused rock track that sees Daisy’s distorted vocals sing, “I’ve got a heart full of beef and a belly full of love”. This track portrays Daisy as a strong female artist with passion, energy and power. Switching from Maglia Rosa Group to this, Daisy has managed to demonstrate her flexibility as an artist. Maglia Rosa Group saw her vocals take a more classical even slightly operatic approach whereas Heart Full Of Beef sees Daisy take on a whole other persona. It’s grungy and dark while remaining lyrical.
Daisy informed Rocking Republic that she enjoys the films of Jim Jarmusch, the photographs of Wolfgang Tillmans and the music of Bob Dylan. She stays sane by walking across muddy fields and talking to herself.
Daisy Victoria’s debut EP, Blue Hubbard, will be released this Spring. Keep checking back for more details.