The Adelaides release ‘Good Love’ ahead of their CMA Fest performance in Nashville this week




***Previous single, Leave, was last week’s BBC Introducing Upload Of The Week at BBC Coventry!

The release of ‘Good Love’, premiered exclusively last week on Bauer’s Country Hits Radio, has been long anticipated by the

Country Music scene, and comes just as the trio gear up for their performance at CMA Fest in Nashville this week.

Also announced this week, is the band’s support slot with pop megastar Jess Glynne at Rochester Castle this July! 


Good Love’; penned with and produced by Grammy-winner Femke Weidema in Nashville is the girls’ one and only ‘happy love song’ and is as infectiously catchy as it is Summery.

“We chose this track because it’s a real feel-good summer song,” said 22-year-old Alicia Alba, from Wolverhampton – one third of The Adelaides.

“We wrote it and recorded it in Nashville last year and it’s a favourite of all of ours. So it was a no brainer to release it.”

It’s been a relatively quick rise for Alicia alongside Paris Georgia, 24, from Coventry, and Abi Phillips, aged 25 and from Sutton Coldfield.

“Our band was formed in July 2017,” she adds. “Abi and Paris were previously in another band and were looking for a final member to complete the trio. They found me after seeing my YouTube videos and invited me to meet up where we sang together. We clicked straight away and that’s when The Adelaides were formed.”

 “We all grew up listening to country music along with other genres. Our love for harmonies and storytelling is what we’re all about. Country music is honest and always tells a story, it’s always about life experience in some way. It’s so relatable and that’s what we’re all about really. We’re a fusion between country and pop. The country scene is really growing in the UK at the moment and we’re so happy to be part of that.”

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