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Honey Ryder celebrate Christmas by joining BBC Radio 2′ B-List‏

Having firmly established themselves within the inner circle of Nashville’s elite, UK band Honey Ryder return to spearhead the British country crossover invasion with their third studio album, ‘Born In A Bottle’ on December 26.

Featuring co-writes with Tom Douglas [Lady Antebellum ‘I Run To You’] and Rivers Rutherford [Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Brad Paisley, the trio headed back to Ocean Way Nashville for the bulk of the recording, and were mentored by legendary producer Paul Worley [Lady Antebellum, Dixie Chicks].

Having enjoyed praise for the album’s lead single Drink With Me earlier this year, which saw them play a series of dates around the country including appearances at the Isle of Wight Festival and C2C and record a session for Bob Harris, Honey Ryder are thrilled to have learnt that the album’s second single What If We’ve Only Go Tonight, which was co-written by Blair Daly [Kelly Clarkson, Little Big Town, Carrie Underwood, Kip Moore] will be joining Adele, Coldplay, Louisa Johnson and new additions Jack Savoretti, Charlie Puth and Thomas Rhett on the BBC Radio 2 B-list.

The perfect Christmas present for the trio has prompted the release of their third studio album, Born In A Bottle, as the perfect post-Christmas treat on December 26.

The new album follows on from the success of their sophomore album ‘Marley’s Chains’, which spawned several Radio 2 playlist hits as well as being Album Of The Week across the Smooth Radio Network and Music Week, and TV appearances and performances on BBC Breakfast, ITV’s This Morning, and C5 Live with Myleene Klass. Lead track ‘Marley’s Chains’ was synced in the hit ABC series ‘Body Of Proof’. Internationally, the album received strong support in Canada, Holland, and most recently Denmark, where the band enjoyed Top 20 airplay.

Having enjoyed their time on the live circuit in 2015, the band are excited to hit the road once again in 2016. What If We’ve Only Go Tonight debuting on the B-List is the perfect close to a perfect year and the band urge their fans to take this festive period as the chance to tell that special someone those special words.

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