The Redhill Valleys are getting set to release their highly anticipated sophomore album this Fall, and their latest single “Finish Line” gives a taste of what to expect from this incredible Roots band.
This band has made a name for themselves after the release of their debut album. Their rootsy sound, great harmonies, and fantastic songwriting have set them apart in the industry. They also know how to put on one hell of a live show.
Their latest single “Finish Line” is a bit of a departure from what we would have expected from them … and we’re not mad about it! It’s a rock anthem that features some heavy guitar and drums and showcases Chelsea McWilliams’ powerful but soulful voice.
It’s a song that has a refreshing message to hear from a female perspective. “The song really grew from the lyric ‘Get me to the finish line,'” Chelsea says. “It felt very rock and roll in the sense that the female perspective, when it comes to desire and sexuality, is oftentimes a very taboo topic to write about. This song is our own anthem that uplifts female sexuality in a powerful, playful and confident way. It’s really about a woman taking charge of her own desire and attraction, and isn’t afraid to call the shots and demand satisfaction.”
To match the heavy rock influence of the song, the band filmed an equally energetic music video at the famous Flamboro Speedway near Hamilton and shows Chelsea put the pedal to the metal.
Watch The Music Video For “Finish Line” By The Redhill Valleys
It’s a spicy music video! The band looks totally badass, and it helps add even more character to the single.
About The Redhill Valleys
The band includes 4 extremely talented artists from the Hamilton, ON area. Together they form a super band with talent that could power an entire city. They blend the sounds of roots, Americana and country so perfectly, and it results in a sound that is truly unique.
The Redhill Valleys is a band that consists of Tim Allard (guitar and vocals), Chelsea McWilliams (bass and vocals), Danielle Beaudin (guitar and vocals) and Matt Soliveri (drums and vocals).
Since their debut album, they have had the chance to perform on some of Canada’s most iconic stages. Including Boots and Hearts, Big Sky Music Festival, Cavendish Beach Music Festival, Elora Riverfest, and many others. They’ve also been nominated for “Best Roots Artist or Group” by the CMA Ontario three years and counting.
Be sure to stream “Finish Line” on Apple Music or Spotify.