The video for Brantley Gilbert’s new video, “Bottoms Up,” is partially set in the 1920s and features bootleggers and outlaws. The period is one of Brantley’s favorites, making the video all that much more exciting for him.
“The video was a lot of fun to shoot,” he said. “We had an absolute blast. I’m a huge fan of the Prohibition Era. There were outlaws around, real outlaws. [The video] tells a cool story and I think the band and I and everyone involved had a good time. So, we’re proud of it.”
According to Brantley, the bootleggers and outlaws in his video are a lot prettier than the real life ones from that time period. Brantley will hit the road on his Let it Ride Tour later this year. Watch the “Bottoms Up” music video >>