I’ve recently been stressing the importance of supporting your local radio stations, one of which is your local BBC Introducing show. You’ll be amazed by the amount of talent you find and end up loving! The reason I point this out is because without BBC Introducing Norfolk, I wouldn’t have found the gem that is Daisy Victoria.
After a quiet few months she’s back – following the two irresistible EPs of last year was never going to be easy, but I think she might just of pulled it off. New release ‘Pain Of Dancers’ has upped the ante somewhat with a slightly more mainstream pop feel, whilst being sure to adhere to the alluring charm of her previous records.
The supremely talented young songstress has a knack for hooking you in with irresistible vocal displays from the outset, and ‘Pain Of Dancers’ is no different. Alluring, seductive and thoroughly enchanting foundations are set alongside low-key beats. Guitars then dance around behind Daisy’s stunning tones, occasionally showing their faces and proving that there’s much more to her sound than just glossy vocal chords.
Only as the track draws to a close do you truly become aware of the beautiful sounds you’ve been treated to. You’re lushly drifted into submission in quite stunning fashion as a phantasmagoria flashes through your mind. At that point it is very clear that Daisy Victoria has eclipsed all her past merits with a quite exquisite piece of artistry and therefore ‘Pain Of Dancers’ becomes another jewel in the sparkling crown of one of pop’s most exciting young talents.
‘Pain Of Dancers’ by Daisy Victoria is out now.
Words by Jake Marley