Southern blues rocker, Adia Victoria is a daughter of the South, a born and bred South Carolinian who now makes her home outside of Nashville, Tennessee. It is no surprise, then, that stories of the South find their way into her music, into the lyrics she pens and the chords she plays. It has been the case through her first two albums—2016’s Beyond the Bloodhounds and 2019’s Silences—and it remained so for her third full-length effort, A Southern Gothic — released in fall of 2021. Working with her creative partner, Mason Hickman to write and produce the 14 tracks on her latest album, the project saw further collaborations with Executive Producer T-Bone Burnett, along with Jason Isbell, Margo Price, and more. On the album, Adia continues her journey through the conflicts of the American South and the troubling resonance of its past. In 2021, SONOS launched “Call & Response”, a weekly podcast hosted by Adia, where she's interviewed notable talents such as Brandi Carlile, Brittany Howard, and Tressie McMillan Cottom, amongst many others.

A Southern Gothic landed on numerous year-end lists including Rolling Stone and also Good Morning America who noted, “A Southern Gothic sounds like something from another century, making it one of the most unusually stirring records of the year,” Paste who said, “Adia Victoria doesn’t just have a way with words, she’s a storyteller. Anchored in the present, yet steeped in the history and literature of an inclusive South, Victoria has a sharp eye for detail that informs the songs on A Southern Gothic,” and NPR who declared “Victoria crafted stunning, heat-infused blues vignettes that brilliantly capture the painful depth of Southern racism and the frustrations and complications of being a Black woman in the south.”

Boasting a Top-10 debut on the Billboard Blues Chart, the project received a nomination for Album of the Year and garnered Adia a nomination for Emerging Act of the Year from the Americana Music Association Awards.

2023 finds Adia writing her next album, with appearances scheduled at the Cayamo Cruise, Winnipeg Folk Fest, Catbird Music Festival, Park City Song Summit and more.