PREMIERE: Biddy Ronelle Releases Summer Anthem D.R.I.N.K
We’re excited to be premiering Biddy Ronelle’s brand new single D.R.I.N.K as our Country Release Friday pick this week with MAM Roots. An end of lockdown party anthem that oozes country rock dance vibes, Biddy co-wrote the song with Stu Magru and it will be her final solo single before her band ‘Biddy & The Bullets’ is launched this winter. Featuring members of her band, Biddy wanted a Summer anthem to rival last Summer’s #1 hit Thrill.
D.R.I.N.K will be officially released everywhere tomorrow but listen here first and tune into @mam_roots IGTV from 8pm for an exclusive live video.
Biddy reveals, “D.R.I.N.K is a heavier country rock sound. It’s not for the faint hearted but it’s time to party like it’s Summer 2021… hopefully.”
Biddy Ronelle is a singer songwriter based in the Midlands UK. Biddy’s debut EP came out on the 3rd January 2020 and reached #1 in the iTunes Country Album chart and also hit #58 in the All Genre chart to amazing reviews.
A voice akin to Melissa Etheridge and Brandi Carlisle and strong hooks and anthemic chorus’s.
Ridiculously new to the UK Americana scene, she has made quite an impression on the national scene. Biddy’s debut single “Raising Hell” reached #3 in the UK Country Charts and her follow up single “Run” reached the top 10 to critical acclaim. In 2020 Biddy’s debut EP “Aftershocks” hit #1 and the follow up single “Thrill” also hit #1 cementing her place in British country music.
Biddy has featured on stations such as Country Hits UK (Baylen Leonard’s Front Porch, Matt Spracklan’s #countryhitsbrits), across the board on BBC Introducing (including being a part of the Long Road playlist), BBC Country’s pick of the week by Mike Shepard and proving to be a fan favourite on The Country Music Showcase. Biddy was recently featured on the Gaby Roslin Show on BBC Radio London, once again to critical acclaim. Alongside Country music Biddy is a well known stage performer having toured the UK and internationally and also featured on the West End.
It’s dark and twisty country rock not seen since the likes of Delta Rae. It’s gritty, dark and twisty with an occasional bit of light shining through.