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Victoria Reed Feels The “Same Way” on New Single + Video

New Album 'Aquamadre' out April 24th


"Victoria Reed carved out a path uniquely her own'" — Billboard

"close to magical...intimate study of spiritual deliverance" — NOISEY

"Stevie Nicks knack for songwriting... bleeds authenticity" — Paste

"relatable...vulnerable" — American Songwriter


(New York, NY): Today, alt-pop singer-songwriter Victoria Reed releases “Same Way” off her upcoming album, ‘Aquamadre’ (out April 24th via Fisica Moderna Records/ AWAL). The track is a piano-driven, ethereal soundscape inspired by Victoria’s dive into a significant astrological point in her natal chart known as lunar nodes. According to Victoria, lunar nodes point to our destiny in this lifetime, what we’re meant to release and what we’re meant to embrace in order to feel fulfilled and fully realized.

“This song is about the positive transformation that can be supported by seeing yourself through the eyes of another person and the ways in which it can both serve and hinder someone like me on that particular kind of journey,” says Reed. 

The video for “Same Way” is also out now. The visual takes you on a journey as Victoria is transformed from the love-drunk and adoration obsessed sign of Leo to the quirky, freedom-loving, bringer of the new age, sign of Aquarius.


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Largely recorded from her home studio in Mexico City, where the Brooklynite-by-way-of-Detroit recently relocated, ‘Aquamadre’ is a ten-track exploration of pain and finding the salve for it amidst the chaos. Reed enlisted Autre Ne Veut to produce the album, and her life partner musician Erik Deutsch (Leftover Salmon, Citizen Cope, Norah Jones) to craft the haunting soundscape, which stretches from sparsely instrumented meditations on healing (“Heal Your Pain”, “I Will”) to victorious emotional celebrations of calm (“Life 2 Be Adored”).

Inspired by Reed’s lifelong study of astrology and tarot, the songs here are equal parts pop and experimental, built off swirling synthesizers, slinky guitars, and hypnotic beats, and Reed’s performances are breathy and captivating to match. At times angelic, at times haunting, she sounds otherworldly, but her writing is very much grounded in the emotional reality of modern womanhood and the seemingly impossible contradictions it demands.


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About Victoria Reed:

Born into a Greek and Italian family that believed strongly in both the power of the mystical and the power of music (Reed’s father, Alto Reed, rose to fame playing saxophone in Bob Seger’s Silver Bullet Band), Reed first began writing her own songs as a way of working through the emotional tumult of adolescence. After dropping out of college in Chicago and moving to New York, she released her debut album, ‘Chariot,’ to universal praise in 2016. Vice Noisey called the record “near-magical,” while Paste raved that it “bleeds authenticity,” and Popdust hailed it as “bold, daring, and visceral.” The collection landed Reed dates supporting the likes of Citizen Cope and Mason Jennings, among others, and earned her festival slots in both the US and Europe. She currently lives in Mexico City with her husband and collaborator Erik Deutsch, who has performed and recorded with everyone from Norah Jones and Leftover Salmon to Shooter Jennings and The Dixie Chicks.

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