Breland has announced his first UK headline show and he will be joined by a host of special guests to celebrate the occasion. The ‘Breland & Friends’ show will take place at The Garage, London on October 21st. Tickets go on sale at 10am Friday 19th August here.
Regarding the show Breland says, “I haven’t been shy about how playing in London for C2C was my favourite experience as an artist. As soon as I left, I started looking for more opportunities to tap into the UK music scene, setting up interviews and dropping a song with Maisie Peters. I couldn’t be more excited to announce Breland & Friends London – I can already tell it will be an unforgettable night.”
Breland’s collaboration with Maisie Peters on her single ‘Cate’s Brother’ is one of a number of huge pairings BRELAND has revealed over the past 12 months alone.
Most recently BRELAND released his new single ‘Told You I Could Drink’ featuring country superstars Lady A. The track is taken from his forthcoming debut album CROSS COUNTRY out September 9th via Bad Realm Records/Atlantic Records/Warner Music Nashville and available to pre-order here.
Cross Country’ finds Breland seamlessly crossing genres of hip hop, country, gospel, pop and more, reflecting the Nashville artist’s influences while delivering a fresh new sound for 2022.
It features further exciting collaborations with Ingrid Andress, Mickey Guyton, Thomas Rhett and Keith Urban. Breland has co-written every song alongside an impressive list of some of the most in-demand songwriters including Ashley Gorley, HARDY, Sam Hunt, ERNEST, Ryan Hurd and more.
‘Cross Country’ track list:
Here For It (feat. Ingrid Andress)
Praise The Lord (feat. Thomas Rhett)
Told You I Could Drink (feat. Lady A)
For What It’s Worth
Throw It Back (feat. Keith Urban)
Cross Country (feat. Mickey Guyton)
Good For You
Don’t Look At Me
Alone At The Ranch
Breland October UK Tour Dates:
11th – Bristol, Thekla*
12th – London, Electric Ballroom*
14th – Glasgow, St. Lukes*
15th – Manchester, Academy 2*
18th – Birmingham, O2 Institute 2*
19th – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms*
21st – London, The Garage
*supporting Russell Dickerson