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Brantley Gilbert releases new single ‘Bottoms Up’‏

Brantley Gilbert has announced the UK release of his 3x Platinum-certified American single ‘Bottoms Up’. The smash-hit has had more than 80 million views to date and over 42 million plays on Spotify. Hitting the top spot at country radio Stateside, the UK release of ‘Bottoms Up’ coincides with Brantley’s return next month as part of his international Blackout Tour. Watch the video here

UK DATES
Thu 05 May 2016 – Glasgow Oran Mor SOLD-OUT
Fri 06 May 2016 – Manchester Academy 2
Sat 07 May 2016 – Birmingham O2 Institute 2
Sun 08 May 2016 – London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

Brantley is a force to be reckoned with, notching six career number one singles in the US and selling nearly 10 million tracks to date off his three studio albums which include back-to-back Platinum projects Halfway To Heaven and Just As I Am.

Just As I Am scored the third-highest Country chart debut of 2014, landed in the Top 5 Best Country Selling Country Albums of 2014 and was named the American Music Awards Favourite Country Album. The project also features 2x Platinum #1 hit ‘One Hell Of An Amen’ and Gold-certified ‘Small Town Throwdown’. 

With a blistering stage show, the rough-hewn southern singer-songwriter believes in cutting deep veins of truth into his music. A definite must-see artist, the few remaining tickets for Brantley Gilbert’s headline UK tour are £16.00 (£18.50 London) and are on sale now – http://gigst.rs/BG

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