Exit 216 Set To Debut New Single, “Brother”

Newly formed duo, Exit 216, comprised of Steven Battey and Cole Burkett, are releasing a new single, “Brother,” on July 17.

Produced by David Mescon and co-written by Battey, Mescon, and Drake White, the duo’s timely new single offers an inspirational message. A video for “Brother” was filmed in Smyrna, Tennessee, and will be released on July 17.

“There will be people that do not look like you, nor are they from the same family; however, we can all connect through life in many other ways,” said Battey. “I hope that listeners will have a positive take away from this song, and are led to make a friend or be the change for a better future.”

Burkett adds, “The idea is that you can come together and find common ground with anybody as long as you put in the effort.  You might even be surprised to find that you have a lot more in common than not.”

Battey is the writer behind hits like “One Number Away” by Luke Combs, “Revolver” by Madonna, and “Eenie Meenie” by Justin Bieber.

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