High Valley Announce Debut Album, ‘Dear Life’
Up-and-comers High Valley have announced a release date and revealed the album cover for their upcoming new album. The major label debut for the down-to-earth sibling duo, titled Dear Life, features on the cover the guys posing in an outdoorsy backdrop in front of an old truck, each giving their own brand of moody, piercing stare.
The Canadian brothers, Brad and Curtis Rempel, have been picking up steam in the U.S. with their newest single "Make You Mine," a song which has earned them a reputation as artists to watch in the coming months. The bluegrass-influenced tune was also named “country song of the summer” by Billboard. "Make You Mine" has been streamed 3.6 million times to date, with its accompanying music video reaching 1.7 million views so far.
High Valley originally began as a trio of brothers, but Bryan Rempel dropped out in 2014 to focus on his family. The change in lineup didn’t seem to slow them down, though, as they continued to ramp up success in the Great White North before breaking into the U.S. market with confidence and talent to spare. Now, they’re making a name for themselves in a big way, having hit the road on a headlining tour this summer, including a set at WE Fest. Soon they’ll be back at it again, this time with Martina McBride’s Love Unleashed Tour. The run kicks off Oct. 14 and wraps Dec. 9.
Dear Life will be available for preorder Oct. 14 and on shelves Nov. 18.
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