A Southern Gothic

Adia Victoria - A Southern Gothic
Critic Score
Based on 4 reviews
User Score
Based on 36 ratings
Liked by 2 people
September 17, 2021 / Release Date
LP / Format
Atlantic / Label
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Listen to this album. I don't really have my thoughts yet but just listen, I feel like this will get a lot of attention soon enough. Amazing writing and oh my the fucking vocals.
Soulful and sentimental southern gothic sound with gorgeously deep vocals

Standouts: Please Come Down, Magnolia Blues, Mean-Hearted Woman, Whole World Knows, Troubled Mind, Far From Dixie, My Oh My, Carolina Bound

Dropouts: none
Adia Victoria’s buttery smooth, yet grounded, soulful voice can carry both gentle melodies and badass, ferocious passages with equal force. The plucky, ominous instrumentals build into the themes and tone of her songwriting, blending earthy blues, southern soul, and some rip-roading rock segments, as seen on “Troubled Mind.” Even the gentle, twinkling singer-songwriter style on “Please Come Down” feels unapologetic in every regard, leaving one of the strongest ... read more
Absolutely deserves better ratings than it currently has. Insightful & moving.
Sound amazing
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Track List

  1. Magnolia Blues
  2. Mean-Hearted Woman
  3. You Was Born To Die (feat. Kyshona, Margo Price & Jason Isbell)
  4. Whole World Knows
  5. Troubled Mind
  6. Far From Dixie
  7. Please Come Down
  8. My Oh My (feat. Stone Jack Jones)
  9. Deep Water Blues
  10. Carolina Bound
  11. South For The Winter (feat. Matt Berninger)
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Added on: August 4, 2021