Victoria Priest/Punkulele – “Tiny Little Thing” | Domicilium

This is the final song in the set performed by Victoria Priest when she graced the stage at Domicilium. “Tiny Little Thing” is a raunchy punk influenced sex song. This short and spunky little performance was the perfect conclusion to her passionate set. We hope you enjoy her energy as much as the audience did. Keep up with Victoria and her many projects by following her on Instagram or liking her Facebook page. Sara Herrlander is our talented videographer, and she does all manner of incredible work. She can be found on her website or Instagram. We’ll be updating our Youtube channel very regularly with a diverse array of content representing the Berlin community. Don’t forget to subscribe if you like the vibe. Thanks for watching! Next Domicilium is on 11/12.

Victoria Priest/Punkulele – “One More Chance” | Domicilium

This is the second song in the set performed by Victoria Priest when she graced the stage at Domicilium. “One More Chance” is a passionate cry for forgiveness in the wake of heartbreak.  The performance swells into a crescendo of vocal pleas to the lost lover that shook the audience. We hope you enjoy her energy as much as the audience did. Keep up with Victoria and her many projects by following her on Instagram or liking her Facebook page. Sara Herrlander is our talented videographer, and she does all manner of incredible work. She can be found on her website or Instagram. We’ll be updating our Youtube channel very regularly with a diverse array of content representing the Berlin community. Don’t forget to subscribe if you like the vibe. Thanks for watching! Next Domicilium is on 11/12.

Victoria Priest/Punkulele – “What You Paid for Me” | Domicilium

In the coming days, we’ll be posting all three songs performed by Victoria Priest when she graced the stage at Domicilium. Her opening track “What You Paid for Me” is a haunting meditation on love and the risks entailed in allowing one’s self to do such a thing.  She started the set off slowly, easing the audience into her world of Punkulele style. After a quiet, slow first verse, Victoria exploded into a fury that ebbed and flowed throughout the performance. We hope you enjoy her energy as much as the audience did. Keep up with Victoria and her many projects by following her on Instagram or liking her Facebook page. Sara Herrlander is our talented videographer, and she does all manner of incredible work. She can be found on her website or Instagram. We’ll be updating our Youtube channel very regularly with a diverse array of content representing the Berlin community. Don’t forget...