Brighton rockers ADALIA are back with a bang with their new single Romeo! Emerging from the mists of the last couple of years with a new sense of creativity and purpose, Romeo is the first step into the new world of ADALIA; A whirlwind of drums and bass and a collection of rapid fire riffs brought together by the soulful voice of Corey Plant, Romeo is a track that will appeal to fans all across the rock spectrum and beyond. 

Romeo is now available to stream on your digital platform of choice, and the band have also released a lyric video for the song, which is available: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNpZWsl60c0

To learn more of the tale of Romeo and the story behind the song, we hand over to ADALIA frontwoman Corey Plant:

Initially inspired by the drunken, girl-power comradery found amongst strangers in a club’s ladies room, ROMEO follows the story of a broken girl haunted by her past. Caught between heartbreak and social ‘you ae not enough’ etiquette, the voice in her head ignites a new flame: that she is all she will ever need. A tale of self-empowerment, social rebellion and a huge fuck you to being told that you anything other than the Queen you are.

ADALIA will celebrate the release of Romeo with a hometown show in Brighton on the single’s release date, June 30th at The Prince Albert. Torrid (A Love Affair) and UrgentSea will be alongside ADALIA for the show. Tickets for the show are available on this link. They will also be taking to the stage on Sunday 3rd of July, supporting Bambi at The Pipeline in Brighton, and will supporting Wrex at Brighton Electric on the 12th of August. Lastly for now, ADALIA will be back at The Pipeline supporting Flames of Durga on the 21st of September. 

The release of Romeo is the start of a new era for ADALIA, the rest of the Summer may bring more new music, you will all just have to wait and see….

ADALIA are:

Corey Plant – Vocals / Guitar
Sam Cotton – Lead Guitar / Backing Vocals
Jordan Hart – Drums
Tom ‘Sanchez’ Davis – Bass

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