Adia Victoria in Pittsburgh @ Brillobox on June 19

“”Dead Eyes” conjures a bar-room brawl from sparking guitar and choogling organ. Meanwhile, Victoria delights in lording her power with a spirited, almost comic performance, veering between seriousness and faux-incensed yelps. Whoever’s telling her she looks dead behind theeyes underestimates the force of the fire raging there.” –Pitchfork
“[her] ghostly folk tunes have given Nashville a creepy edge. ‘Dead Eyes’ is a pummeling and sinister track that finds Victoria yelping and refusing to back down.” –The FADER
“Adia Victoria is a gifted storyteller, contorting her unmistakable voice into new shapes with each song, conveying a deep existential rage…The album is an early contender for best of 2016.” – AfroPunk
This is dark, probing stuff…But it’s vibrant and vivid, threaded with a sense of her fighting personal and cultural bonds… She cites early blues-jazz star Victoria Spivey, and there are hints of a southern Patti Smith here, a folky Nina Simone. But those are fleeting images, giving way to an artist taking her own path.” – KPCC
Adia Victoria is celebrating the release her much-anticipated debut album –
Beyond The Bloodhounds – which is released today, May 13, via Canvasback Records. Today, she shares the music video for her single “Dead Eyes” via The Fader. who call the album  “a compilation of gothic, sharp-witted, and fiery folk that is excellent.”  Watch the video here:
This Spring has seen Adia winning over audiences with her intense and powerful live shows.  Her touring schedule picks back up next week with with a May 15 slot at Shaky Knees Festival in Atlanta with additional stops in New OrleansAustinSan Francisco,Minneapolis and more. She will perform in New York this Thursday May 19 at Mercury Lounge and in Los Angeles on June 7th at The Resident. All tour dates below.
Further, Adia will be making her television debut on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert onJune 22.
Adia Victoria’s musical introduction to the world came in the form of 3 tracks released over the past 18 months – “Stuck In The South,” “Sea of Sand,” and “Howlin’ Shame.” The music was quick to resonate and publications like FaderRookieTeen Vogue and NPR.  Rolling Stone featured Adia Victoria as one of “10 New Artists You Need to Know.” The Village Voice called her an “eerie, intriguing songwriter,” with “bone chilling guitar riffs and lyrics topped with candid scorn.”  Vogue highlighted the recording artist as one of “5 Beauties Who Answer to Afropunk’s Rebellious Call.”
With Beyond The Bloodhounds, Adia fulfills that early promise with early critical acclaim from Pitchfork, NPR and more all praising this stunning debut.
Adia Victoria : Me & The Devil Tour
5/27 – Birmingham, AL – The Syndicate
5/28 – New Orleans, LA – Gasa Gasa
5/29 -Houston, TX – Memorial Day Blowout : White Oak Music Hall/Outside Lawn
5/31- Austin, TX – Stubb’s BBQ Inside
6/1 – Dallas, TX – Three Links
6/3 -Taos, NM – Music on the Mesa
6/4 – Tucson, AZ – 191 Toole
6/5 – San Diego, CA – Casbah
6/7 – Los Angeles, CA – The Resident
6/8 – San Francisco, CA – Bottom of The Hill
6/10 – Portland, OR – Bunk Bar
6/11 – Seattle, WA – Sunset Tavern
6/12 – Vancouver, BC – Cobalt
6/15 – Minneapolis, MN – 7th St. Entry
6/16 – Madison, WI – Frequency
06/18 – Detroit, MI – Lager House
6/19 – Pittsburgh, PA – Brillobox
6/20 – Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brendas with Margaret Glaspy
6/28 – Denver, CO – Baker Neighborhood
6/29 – Charlotte, NC – Double Door Inn
6/30 – Raleigh, NC – Kings
7/2 – Knoxville, TN – Pilot Light
7/18 – Kansas City, MO – Riot Room
7/22-23 – Calgary, AB CANADA – Calgary Folk Festival
7/24 – Edmonton, AB CANADA – Interstellar Rodeo
7/31 – Denver, CO – Underground Music Showcase
8/2 – Salt Lake City, UT –Kilby Court
8/3 – Boise, ID – Nerolux
8/4-6 Happy Valley, OR – Pickathon Festival
8/8 – Bozeman, MT – Live From the Divide
8/11 – Milwaukee, WI – Club Garibaldi
8/12 – Champaign, IL – The Accord
9/8-9/10 – Raleigh, NC – Hopscotch Music Festival
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