Brantley Gilbert just released his new single “Bottoms Up” and has a new video to go along with it.
The video starts out with Brantley and two lovely ladies decked out in 1930s attire loading up illegal moonshine for transport. Once they arrive at their destination and the moonshine is poured, a party ensues and everyone turns into a 2013 version of themselves, ultimately reverting back to the 1930s when the party ends.
Drinking, dancing, and good music are all the right ingredients for a good party, right? Well this video has all of that. Check out the video below. Bottoms up!
You can expect a new album from Brantley Gilbert to land in February.
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MORE ABOUT BRANTLEY
Stop and listen to any of Brantley Gilbert’s lyrics and you know a little about him. Listen to his albums and you will feel like family.
Brantley Gilbert was born and raised in the small town of Jefferson, Georgia, just outside of Athens city limits. It is that upbringing and small town influence that Gilbert credits toward allowing him to cultivate his unique sound. Gilbert’s taste in music always swayed toward a southern country rock feel, but his true-to-life testimony of heartache, trials, triumph, and success found a home in country music.
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