Them Dirty Roses teams up with metal fabricator Alicia Butty for “Birmingham Steel” music video


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 27, 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 the official music video for their single “Birmingham Steel” today. Teaming up with Metal Fabricator Alicia Butty, the video pays tribute to the Birmingham steel industry and its workers, and follows Alicia throughout the video, as she crafts roses out of metal. Directed by Blake Judd, the music video was filmed at Boundary Oak Distillery and is now available on VEVO.

“Birmingham Steel’ is an important song for us, it shares so much about where we’re from and the people we grew up with. We wanted to make a video for the song that captured the hard working people behind the industry. Alicia is a trailblazer and an amazing welder and metal fabricator. We’re grateful that she joined us to help tell this story,” said Frank Ford, Drummer.

Touring heavily throughout the Southeast and beyond, Them Dirty Roses have made a name for themselves with “performances that are fiercely original” (Shutter 16 Magazine). The band will bring their Southern rock sound to Nashville with their newly announced show at Mercy Lounge on Oct. 4th. Tickets are on sale now, here:

Featured by Whiskey Riff, Raised Rowdy, Loudwire, Saving Country Music, and The Grateful Web, “Birmingham Steel” was co-written by all four band members and collaborators Phillip White and James LeBlanc. Recorded at the iconic FAME studios, “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 made the move to Nashville to pursue their careers in music. They have toured relentlessly, building their career independently on grit and sweat. With a powerful wall of sound, characterized by fiery riffs, soaring guitar solos, and harmonized backing vocals they have garnered a loyal legion of fans amassing over 70 million streams with their debut single “Cocaine And Whiskey”, and now with over one million monthly Spotify listeners and shoulder-to-shoulder-shoulder crowds at their live shows.

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