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Introducing Daisy Victoria, A Sublime Starlet On The Ascendancy

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Here at Subba-Cultcha we love discovering fresh new acts so we were excited when Daisy Victoria and her fresh take on indie-pop crossed our pathway.

DVIt’s always exciting to see a young, talented new artist get some attention and it seems that Daisy Victoria is doing just that. The up and coming young starlet has been invited to represent BBC Introducing at Latitude on Huw Stephen's Lake Stage this year, she's recently been featured in NME's Radar section,  included in Tom Robinson's Freshnet top picks and Lauren Laverne made ‘Heart Full of Beef’ her 6 Music MPfree  - awesome!It’s easy to hear why things seem to be picking up for Daisy; her sound is innovative and fresh, with similarities to be drawn between the art pop sensibilities of Kate Bush, PJ Harvey and Arcade Fire’s later releases. We love her "Heart Full of Beef" and strongly recommend you give it a listen or five. Daisy Victoria has been a solo artist since January 2014. Her debut EP, ‘Heart full of Beef’, was released in march and received widespread praise.  It's been championed by BBC Introducing’s Richard Haugh and Graeme Mac who have described it as their ‘favourite EP of the year so far’.  Alphabet Bands described "Heart Full of Beef" as ‘liberating the senses from the drudgery of everyday life’ whilst Obscure Sound says she is ‘creating a sound all of her own.’ Highlights from Daisy’s previous musical ventures include playing Latitude 2013 (with Maglia Rosa Group), The John Peel Centre and Harvest at Jimmy’s. Daisy 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. If you haven't listened to her yet, then do it now or you'll soon be behind the times. You can download Daisy Victoria's EP 'Heart Full of Beef' from SoundCloud
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