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Artist Spotlight: Hicktown Breakout

Proudly nominated as UK Country Group of the Year 2020, the Bristol based five piece country rock band Hicktown Breakout pride themselves on creating an original and unique sound that encompasses an upbeat rocky edge and their passion for Country and Americana.

The bands self-titled Debut EP reached #36 in the all-genre UK Album Chart and has subsequently led to band appearances with BBC Radio & BBC Live Lounge in addition to radio support across Australia, mainland Europe and the USA.

The brand new single ‘Get your boots on’ perfectly represents the bands ability to create a unique and exciting country rock song and party - something that the 5-piece have no trouble doing on stage!! “It’s been a challenging year for everyone in 2020 so we wanted to write a fun, upbeat song for the good times to come and for all to ‘get your boots on and party”.

Here’s what the band have to say about the track:

“We wanted people to get their boots on, get the drinks in…and party!”

“We want people to feel great about our music, show the fun side of Hicktown Breakout and get people singing and dancing to this total foot stomper”

The single is available to pre-save on spotify & will be available on all major digital platforms from Monday 7th December.

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