New song by The Georgia Thunderbolts

The Georgia Thunderbolts reveal brand new song "Livin' In Muddy Water"
and start their European tour with Black Stone Cherry today

Southern rockers, The Georgia Thunderbolts reveal their brand-new song "Livin' In Muddy Water," out via Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group, to celebrate their European tour with Black Stone Cherry, which starts today. They begin an 18-date tour in Germany and will call through the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Austria, Hungary, Italy, Switzerland, Spain and France. You can get tickets HERE.

"Livin' In Muddy Water" is a southern groover with singer TJ Lyle's vocals yearning, "How can you walk through muddy water, and come out cleaner than before, how do we see through broken windows, is it the pane or something more."

Talking about the song TJ Lyle says, "The lyrics were written from my own experiences. Everyone has their bad days and hardships. The Bolts want to get the message out to those who sometimes feel helpless and let them know there's always someone there to talk to and they will never be alone." Bassist Zach Everett adds, "Livin' in Muddy Water's driving rhythm makes you want to bob and weave on the highway at great speed."

The young rockers will be touring Europe for the first time. The band have cut their teeth live with Blackberry Smoke, Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown, Molly Hatchet, The Cadillac Three and Deep Purple. They released their incredible debut album Can We Get A Witness in 2021 on Mascot Records which features the tracks "Looking For And Old Friend, "Lend A Hand", and "So You Want To Change the World."

Talking about the tour, the Thunderbolts guitarist Riley Couzzourt says, "We would like to send out a huge thank you to our friends and brothers, Black Stone Cherry, for this wonderful opportunity to tour mainland Europe. Many of you have been supporting the Bolts from afar, and we can't wait to play for y'all and make new friends. Let's rock Europe!"

The Georgia Thunderbolts are going to bring their Southern rock flavour to the historic streets of Europe and show how they party, Georgia style.