New single “Top of the road” out 3/8


V TORRES plays first ever Beachlife Festival on 5/4. TICKETS on sale now.




Hailing from Southern California, V Torres has spent her entire life in or around music and sports. While in high school, indie-rock and hip-hop became her passion and basketball gave her the drive to persevere through adversity. 

To date, the majority of her career has been spent writing and performing with the band Gorgeous Got a Gun, which released their self-titled debut album in 2009, followed by Welcome Home in 2011 and single release I Remember You in 2016. During this time, Torres’ music video for song Violent Games was featured on the blue ray release for the feature film Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Since then, V Torres has performed throughout the country while collaborating and recording with various artists and producers including Joe McGrath (AFI, Alkaline Trio) and most recently Jonny Perdue and Steve Stout of Los Angeles indie-rock band Lost Beach

Backed by a newfound love of yoga and a desire to share her truth, Torres infused a fresh energy and sound into her latest project, five song EP Real Life Love. Like any singer-songwriter, V Torres’ music has matured while continuing to effectively convey her experiences and emotions. The end result blends distinct guitar tones with soulfully truthful vocals and lyrics reminiscent of Mazzy Star and early Sheryl Crow.

Real Life Love EP was released in all digital stores on 11/11/17. Torres released two singles in 2018, Restless Heart on 2/22 and Seasons on 6/22. 

Torres is set to release new music in early 2019 and is slated to play festivals and showcases supporting her new releases. 

V TORRES is also the creator of the female indie artist showcase Girl Crush.

social: @vtorresmusic

website: www.vtorresmusic.com



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