So Help Me God

So Help Me God

Brantley Gilbert has been holding it down for country rock’s harder side for over a decade now. With hits like “One Hell of an Amen” and “Dirt Road Anthem”—Gilbert co-penned the track that would go on to be a smash for Jason Aldean, after all—the Georgia-born singer-songwriter carved out a niche in which he still reigns supreme. With his sixth studio album, Gilbert doesn’t change up his formula so much as expand it, retaining the sound that his rabid BG Nation fans love, while leaning more heavily on balladry and his vulnerable side, which shows itself on tracks like “Miles of Memories” and “She’s the One.” Other highlights include the title track, which grapples frankly with struggling to find and maintain sobriety, and “Heaven By Then,” a clever and nostalgic collaboration with Blake Shelton and Vince Gill.

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