Country music has a new duo! If you haven’t heard of High Valley, you’re in for a treat. Brad and Curtis Rempel, brothers from Canada, make up the group and they’re making waves in the U.S. with their debut single, “Make You Mine.”
The brothers found success in Canada before signing with Warner Bros. Nashville, a label they share with country mega star Blake Shelton.
In an interview with Taste of Country prior to Country Jam in Grand Junction, Colorado, the duo took the opportunity to throw a few good-natured jabs at their label mate and his basketball skills. For the most part the guys kept it nice, stating that Shelton is a lot taller than them and therefore a great rebounder. But, “he’s no Steph Curry, that’s for sure,” Brad says.
“Ever since we signed with Warner Brothers, we’ve been able to run into him a couple of times. He’s a great guy but his legs are incredibly white,” Curtis added.
A photo they shared on Twitter before their Country Jam set is proof of the brothers’ claims about Shelton’s height and his legs.
— HIGH VALLEY (@HIGHVALLEY) June 18, 2016
High Valley is currently touring the U.S., Canada, and Europe promoting their new single. Brad and Curtis, both married with children, grew up without television or radio but admit that they took full advantage of dial-up internet when it became available. They claim that their American country radio debut single is “like a barn dance from the 1800s that magically found its way to 2016.”
Watch the full video for “Make You Mine” below and let us know what you think!