The Brotherhood Debuts New Single, ‘Till The Wheels Fall Off,’ Companion Video

Courtesy: The Label Group.INgrooves

Country rock outfit The Brotherhood premiered its debut single and video to kick off the weekend.

The band, which include Saving Abel’s Scott Wilson on guitar, bass, and vocals, debuted its new single, ‘Till The Wheels Fall Off’ Friday, along with the song’s video. The country rock composition also features guest appearances from Neal Middleton (Royal Bliss), Marshal Dutton (Hinder), Brian Bonds (Florida Georgia Line), Kent Slucher (Luke Bryan) and Steve Hinson. Even with so many modern rock and country names taking part in the song, the overall arrangement throws back to the country rock songs that were so popular during the late 1980s and early-mid 90s.

The lyrical theme that accompanies the song’s musical arrangement is a straight forward presentation about life on the road. Even being such a familiar topic presented in a familiar fashion, it is still accessible, though that is largely due, again, to the song’s infectious musical arrangement.

The video for ‘Till The Wheels Fall Off’ is simple in its own presentation. It features the song’s lyrics over pictures of the band and its friends performing. The song’s arrangement plays over the visualization.

More information on The Brotherhood’s new single and video is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Website: https://thebrotherhood-official.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brotherhoodofcl

Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrotherhoodOfcl

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