Recently declared by Rolling Stone as a Country Artist You Need To Know, Nashville duo HIGH VALLEY are gearing up for the UK release of their major label debut album – DEAR LIFE – on Friday 3rd March 2017. With more than 6.6 million streams, lead single “Make You Mine” has already been downloaded more than 150,000 times worldwide, as it races up the country radio charts in the USA.
The 11 songs that make up High Valley’s Dear Life are being praised for their “sunny, upbeat tunes and soaring harmonies” (Pandora), and the duo continue to catch the attention of fans and critics alike, being named “Artist To Watch” by Rolling Stone Country, Taste of Country, CMT, Spotify, Pandora as well as “Country Song of the Summer” by Billboard.
The group also embark on their first ever headline tour of the UK preceding the release of Dear Life, as they come to Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, and Aberdare, as well as a very special C2C Country to Country Social show at London’s Bush Hall this February.
ABOUT HIGH VALLEY: While HIGH VALLEY’s Brad and Curtis may have been raised in the close-knit, remote community of La Crete, Alberta — more than 2,500 miles from where they now live in Music City, Nashville Tennessee — the brothers’ music reflects bluegrass roots with a modern pulse. Over years of relentless touring, High Valley have developed a devoted fan base that has devoured more than 10 million music streams on Spotify including 6.6 million of their high-energy hit “Make You Mine,” songs on the EA Sports Madden NFL 17 soundtrack, and countless North American concert tickets – including dates alongside Martina McBride on her Love Unleashed Tour. Having been named “Artist To Watch” by Rolling Stone Country, Taste of Country, CMT, Spotify, Pandora and “Country Song of the Summer” by Billboard for “Make You Mine,” High Valley are poised to breakout as they prepare for the UK release of their major label debut album – Dear Life – released March 3rd 2017 on Atlantic Records/Warner Music Nashville.
UK Tour Dates:
Feb. 7 Manchester Deaf Institute
Feb. 8 Glasgow Broadcast
Feb. 9 Birmingham O2 Institute
Feb. 10 Aberdare Coliseum Theatre
Feb. 11 London Bush Hall (C2C Social) – SOLD OUT