FARCE THE MUSIC
Driftwood is everything you don’t want her to be: a reckless savage with long red hair and a pretty face that will cut you with a broken bottle and leave your sorry ass to die in the gutter.
THE OKLAHOMA REVIEWS
"Have you heard the album (Too Mean To Die) yet? Are you intrigued to hear what it sounds like when a modern-day outlaw-woman who loves rap records her own album on her own terms? You should be, because it’s fire."
"Karly Driftwood is a straight taking, yet sensitive bad ass who is too smart to play on any musical or lyrical outlaw country cliches. She tells her own stories, in her own way and this unflinching realism is what makes Too Mean To Die such a rewarding listen."
"The Nashville newcomer takes no crap and pulls no punches on her ribald debut."
PRO COUNTRY MUSIC
Karly Driftwood “ain’t got shit to hide,” and she made that perfectly clear on her debut album, “Too Mean to Die.”
HEY MAE BLOG
Emanating the personas and talent of the bold, fearless, and iconic women who came before her such as Stevie Nicks, Lana Del Ray, and of course the queen of country Dolly Parton, Driftwood can be described as nothing less than deserving of being added to this list of pioneering female artists. With angelic looks, undoubtable talent, and artistic fearlessness, Karly Driftwood is a sweet, sour, and spunky force to be reckoned with.
THE AUTUMN ROSES
"Effortlessly lyrical and supercharged with confidence, its iron spine is wrapped in crimson velvet."
"Karly Driftwood seems to understand the value in being honest and stark. And in music, especially modern country music, it makes her stand out even further."
BELLES & GALS
"Karly Driftwood is a rare country talent who isn’t afraid to show listeners her inner thoughts."
RIVER CITY MAGAZINE
"Nashville is taking notice. She’s played the Bluebird Cafe and the Listening Room. She spent Thanksgiving at Tanya Tucker’s house. And fans are connecting with her lyrics."
MUSIC OF THE FUTURE
"Southern gothic pop with a hint of dark humour country- let us introduce singer-songwriter Karly Driftwood"
"There are so many elements in this album that make it golden."