Who am I?


We all have a story. The hardest part is telling it.

Adalia is a saint with a sinners smile with her broken wings and twisted halo. Crowned in a realm where the Unspoken roam between the glamorous City of Reckoning and the Ruins of Identity. She embodies both the parts of ourselves we hide from prying eyes, and the parts we wish we could live by.


In her labyrinth of influences, Adalia draws upon every element of the odd musical concoction she was raised on. Forever favouring lost worlds over reality. Fascinated with writers such as Stevenson, Poe, Grimm Brothers, no wonder her lyrics offer escapism clouded in a sweetly melancholic mist. Attempting to colour what would otherwise be a black and white world, weaving narratives where obscurity and truth coexist.


By marrying the writing styles of artists such as Steinman and Armstrong, she crafts intricate narratives in a storytelling fashion. Although remaining ambiguous enabling listeners to interpret her lyrics subjectively. However, this emotional vulnerability presented in her songs doesn't mean she's not a force to be reckoned with. Embodying the vocal influence of the likes of Kim Wilde, Taylor Momsen with the theatricality of Amy Lee and Kate Bush. While favouring haunting ballads, she still manages to encompass punk roots with equally as gritty tracks.


With her upcoming single release, teasing her debut EP, Adalia takes her first steps towards enlisting new recruits into the army of the Unspoken.

“There is something profoundly refreshing and unapologetic about this artist that we can’t help but love.” - Treble With The Bass
— https://treblewiththebass.com/2017/05/01/bass-review-adalia-royals-single/