High Valley is back with new music. Now emerging as a country band led by Brad Rempel, they will release two tracks, “Whatever It Takes” and “Never Not,” on Nov. 12.
This summer, Curtis Rempel, one half of the brother duo, made his exit from the group. In a tweet, Curtis wrote that he decided to step away from High Valley and has since moved back to his hometown in Alberta, Canada to start a business with his wife Myranda.
Brad is joined by Dave Meyers, Sam Bergeson, Raymond Klasson, Clint Milburn, and Andrew Hemmerling. All the band members have been working with High Valley for the better part of the last decade, with the exception of Sam, who has been writing with Brad for the last couple years.
“It feels so amazing to be releasing new music again,” Brad shares. “From the moment we started writing ‘Whatever It Takes’ we felt like we had captured that signature High Valley magic! I’ve always felt we were at our best and most natural when we tap into that bluegrass stomp kind of sound that we love.” He continues, “‘Never Not’ is such a true song for us and the second verse is maybe one of the most honest straightforward lyrics I’ve ever written. I have big dreams and hopes for this song finding its way into the hearts and lives of our fans!”
Brad co-wrote both of the new tracks. “Whatever It Takes” was co-penned by Jon Nite and Ben Stennis, while “Never Not” features writers Ben West and Matt Willis. The new music follows back-to-back Gold-certified singles in the U.S., as well as success in Canada with three No. 1 songs at Canadian country radio, two Gold-certified albums, and six Platinum singles.
High Valley is one of the highest selling Canadian band in country music history with over half a billion streams. As a frequent performer at the Grand Ole Opry, the band is known for their fan-favorites and U.S. radio singles “Make You Mine,” “She’s With Me,” and “Grew Up on That.” They have received nominations for ACM New Duo of the Year and have earned multiple CCMA Awards wins and Juno Awards nods.
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