Published by jessy Published on February 14, 2018

Vicky had an Interview with Brandon Calvillo & Ry Doon from “I’m Sorry Dad”. They talked about her and Ry’s romantic history, Vicky’s life as a rockstar, Brandon’s controversial vegan tweet, the me too movement, and much more. If the player below is not working, click right here.

Vicky also shared four Pictures of the recording session.

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Published by jessy Published on February 7, 2018

Vicky sat down with Eden for her show ‘Artists Arguing’ on Idobi Radio. You can listen to it right here, it’s called “#206: Growing Up In The Fast Lane ft. Vicky T”.

Published by jessy Published on December 1, 2017

Vicky’s parents Peter Asher (of Peter & Gordon and longtime producer of James Taylor, Linda Ronstadt, the Beatles and many more) and Wendy Asher (an art collector and philanthropist) talked about their daughter Vicky in a recent Interview with Tidal. Check it out below:

Can you describe Vicky’s upbringing? When you found out you were having a child, what was important to you to impart to her?

Peter Asher: I suppose what we wanted to impart to her were traditional values. The most basic being nice to people, being honest and faithful — all of that kind of stuff, all the basic stuff that one likes people to be. I don’t think music specifically came into it and indeed, initially the talents she demonstrated were artistic and more film- and TV-related. In terms of what we wanted to impart, I think humanity.

Were there any particular books or songs that you shared with her pretty early on? Or any artists?

Wendy Asher: I think, obviously, she listened to the Beatles when she was three years old. She watched A Hard Day’s Night and those movies. She watched foreign films with subtitles.

Peter: In terms of books, like any parent, I brought her up on my favorites. Alice in Wonderland, I’m fanatic about. So she read those very early on. Oscar Wilde’s short stories. So it was a mixed bag of what her parents liked.

Wendy: She was into Goosebumps, too.

Published by jessy Published on August 15, 2017 sat down with Vicky for a short Interview about her song ‘Ghost’ and her plans after Cobra Starship.

BeYourOwn: Hey VickyT can tell us, what is Ghost about?
Vicky: “Ghost” stemmed from returning to London for the first since dating someone that lived there. The relationship had ended quite suddenly and painfully without any clear explanation. Everywhere I walked reminded me of him and made me miss him. I was haunted by our memories and hoped to receive a phone call from him that never came. All the frustration and pain I felt got poured into this song.

So you did you feel any intimidation from being a keytartist in Cobra Starship, being the only female in the band?
Never. For me I loved being in a band with all men or should I call them boys?! I’ve always gotten along best with guys since I was a kid because I was a tomboy. I grew up with best guy friends so to me it felt like home.

How’s the journey since departing from Cobra Starship and embarking on your solo career?
It’s had a lot of ups and downs. It was very tough for me when the band first ended. I almost gave up on making music because it seemed no one had my back. I was going to walk away from it all until I met an incredible human being from Amsterdam at a BMG party. Clifford Goilo. An extremely talented songwriter and producer who took a chance on me and invited me into his studio where he then connected me to many other brilliant people. Everyone was so excited and passionate that it reignited my motivation to continue making music.

Who do you look up to in terms of female artists?
Elly Jackson of La Roux, Robyn and Carly Rae. I think they’re all so powerful, unique and brilliant. Will never tire of listening to them.

Who’s work do you admire the most?
Hard to answer because there is so much music I admire. Too many to list. The above ladies are of course some of this list. I’d also say I love Rivers Cuomo because the first two Weezer albums changed my life.

If you had to give us one of your tracks that summed up #BEYOUROWN which one would fit the title the most?
Turn It Low