To truly appreciate Nashville artist Adia Victoria's greatness, one must see her live. She's bold, fierce, quick witted, and uncompromising in her portrayal of her South. An imposing presence on the stage whether she's playing for a packed room, or on a stage in a parking lot at a new music festival to 15 curious listeners. Her long awaited debut LP captured that intensity and candor, packing blues, soul, punk, and good old fashion backwoods rock and roll boogie into the 12 track affair. However, on Beyond the Bloodhounds, the true star is her unflinching storytelling. Nothing is swept under the rug, every damn thing is pulled out in the uncomfortable light. So who's going to doubt her when she sings "I ain't nothing but a no good small town girl/Hell bent on ruling the world/I think I'll rule the world/I'm gonna rule the world."
Key Tracks: 'Dead Eyes', 'Sea of Sand', 'Out of Love', 'Stuck in the South', 'Head Rot'