Vancouver-based singer-songwriter Victoria Groff isn’t afraid of letting her fans know exactly how she’s feeling. With songwriting some describe as diary entries, Victoria’s music opens up a window to the inner thoughts and feelings that have plagued her 20’s. Whether singing alone with her guitar, as a duo with her partner, Chris Clute, or backed by her dynamic 5-piece band, Victoria has been known to leave crowds singing their hearts out with her magnetic stage presence and vocals.
in 2021 alone, the artist released four singles, became a finalist in the 2021 Canadian Songwriting Competition, received her first ever Artist Development Grant from Factor, and opened for “The 7 O’Clock Cheer”; a charity concert for St. Paul’s Hospital.
With music being her greatest love of all, Victoria plans for 2022 to be a year of a new sound and more shows for the singer-songwriter. Whether that’s her latest national performance of the Canadian and American anthems for the Vancouver Canucks, or at her favorite Vancouver venue, The Railway Club, Victoria, currently working on her debut EP, encourages listeners to keep an eye out for some shiny new singles slotted to be dropped later this year.