Columbia Road

The country is clear in her voice, but the lyrics conjure fairy tales in a sonic context that sounds more Kate Bush than Florida-Georgia Line. It even, at its best moments, recalls Emmylou Harris’ groundbreaking “Wrecking Ball” album.
— The Bitter Southerner
If the countrified tinges of Violet Delancey’s 2016 debut album were hits, the music of her forthcoming album, Columbia Road, feels more like a revelation. 
— Pop Matters
Straight out of an ‘80s Kate Bush fever dream.
— The Young Folks
[“Eurydice” is] a compelling tale of heartbreak...Driven by a classic train beat, a little chicken pickin’ and Delancey’s frail but fervent vocal.
— Wide Open Country
The new dreamy surroundings give the songs a mystical personality that’s sure to mesmerize you.
— EarBuddy

When the Clock Strikes Midnight

The project serves up a pitch-perfect reincarnation of the neo-traditional country sound of the late ’70s and early ’80s that’s as vital as the first round
— The Nashville Scene
When the Clock Strikes Midnight is a blend of fresh and modern with American roots music sprinkled in.
— Elmore Magazine
In [Delancey’s] case, talent matches ambition, to judge by her accomplished debut.
— The Boston Globe