The Allman Betts Band have premiered the video to their latest single ‘Shinin’’.
The follow-up single to May’s ‘All Night’, ‘Shinin’’ is lifted from The Allman Betts Band’s debut album ‘Down To The River’, which was released late last month.
Centring on the core unit of Devon Allman and Duane Betts – the sons of Gregg Allman and Dickey Betts - The Allman Betts Band also features Berry Oakley Jr. (the son of Allman Brothers Band bassist Berry Oakley), organist John Ginty, guitarist Johnny Stachela and percussionists John Lum and R. Scott Bryan.
“‘Shinin” is a song about how love and devotion can lift you up so you shine brighter than you could alone. It is a song about gratitude and acknowledgement that real love can take you to the next level,” says Duane Betts.
“I had a few ideas that I brought over to [collaborator] Stoll Vaughan to work on in Los Angeles right before we started the sessions in Muscle Shoals for Down to the River. We wrote this late addition and it fit perfectly with the list of tunes we had already put together. I’m glad it worked out the way it did.”
The accompanying black-and-white video was directed by Devon Allman and captures the band performing the track live. Watch it here:
The 'Down To The River' track-listing and artwork is as follows:
1. All Night
4. Down To The River
5. Autumn Breeze
6. Good Ol’ Days
7. Melodies Are Memories
8. Southern Accents
9. Long Gone