The Heartland Roots Band

The Heartland Roots Band Release New Single ‘It’s All Right Here’

The unstoppable force in UK Country music otherwise known as The Heartland Roots Band, released their 5th single, ‘It’s All Right Here’ on True Authentic Records on August 31st. Since then, the song has burst through 200,000 streams worldwide.

The six piece band already had 4 records in the country charts in the previous 12 months and a nomination for UK Country Group of the year in the bag, before the last single received extensive airplay, particularly in the USA, Australia and Scandinavia.

The group has been together for 2 years, and has spent the majority of that time tirelessly rocking the mainstream circuit of pubs and small festivals, packing in the crowds for whom Country music is either an undiscovered delight, or a guilty pleasure.

For the Leicester-based band of troubadours, ‘It’s All Right Here’ was a new high-water mark in the craft of song-writing, arrangement and production, and the next single out of the blocks will be ‘Christmas in Paris’, due for release on November 30th.

The band take influences from traditional and modern country and Americana, and create a sound which is truly unique in the British country music scene.

South African-born lead vocalist Samantha Hobson is joined by songwriter Adrian Causier on singing duties, and the band specialise in big harmonies, anthemic sing-alongs, blistering guitars crackling keyboards, and rock-tight rhythms.

The Heartland Roots Band blissful live show is truly a thing to behold, and surely will be coming to a venue near you, when the new world order allows. Watch this space!

 

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