Southern rock band, Them Dirty Roses release brand brand-new single— “Birmingham Steel”

“This song is about being constant in somebody’s life and being strong, and what better place than Birmingham to represent it!”

NASHVILLE, TENN. - May 15, 2024- Southern rock band Them Dirty Roses made up of brothers James and Frank Ford and childhood best friends Ben Crain and Andrew Davis are releasing their new single “Birmingham Steel” today. Inspired by Birmingham’s steel industry, the song uses steel as a metaphor for a strong and sturdy relationship. Whiskey Riff premiered the song ahead of its official release lauding, “A soulful track that simultaneously serves as an ode to their home state and a heartfelt love song.”

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“We wrote the song with our friends Phillip White and James LeBlanc, and went to Muscle Shoals FAME studios to record it. ‘Birmingham Steel,’ it’s the history of Birmingham, it’s a great spot, and there’ve been a lot of great factories and workers here,” said Ben Crain, Bass Guitarist.

“This song is about being constant in somebody’s life and being strong, and what better place than Birmingham to represent it,” he added.

Signed to WME, Them Dirty Roses have been featured by Saving Country Music, GratefulWeb, Raised Rowdy, Loudwire, “Talk of Alabama,” and more. “Birmingham Steel” is the follow-up to their previously released single “Candle In The Dark” and their self-titled album Them Dirty Roses and Lost In The Valley Of Hate and Love Vol 1.

Bred in ‘Bama clay, Them Dirty Roses grew up together and eventually dedicated an era to building a brotherhood as “warrior musicians out to capture Southern rock glory and immortality, or die trying” (Saving Country Music). Making the move to Nashville, they packed their RV with vintage gear and spent time living together under the same roof, while building a loyal legion of fans, and relentlessly touring across the country.

The result was a chemistry akin to some of the most well-known, legendary Southern rock bands and a story built independently on grit and sweat - garnering over 1 Million monthly Spotify listeners and shoulder-to-shoulder crowds at their live shows.

Their powerful wall of sound, characterized by fiery riffs, soaring guitar solos, harmonized backing vocals and songs led by the Lead Vocalist James Ford, offer crowds a sense of authenticity and sincerity - a mix of sharp songwriting and down-home swagger, of melody and muscle, of grooves and Gibson guitars — nods to the legends of the south who came before them.

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