Brantley Gilbert Turns Up the Heat in New Video for “Fire’t Up” [Watch]

Brantley Gilbert Turns Up the Heat in New Video for “Fire’t Up” [Watch]

Brantley Gilbert turned up the heat in his new video for current single, “Fire’t Up.”

The new clip, which was directed by Shaun Silva, features pyrotechnics with a circus-like group of performers, including fire breathers, aerial hoop acrobats and motorcycle riders inside the Globe of Death.

The new tune, which Brantley co-penned with Brandon Day and Justin Weaver,” is featured on Brantley’s 2019 No. 1 album, Fire & Brimstone.

Watch Brantley’s new video for “Fire’t Up” below.

photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com

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