The Georgia Thunderbolts, as you’ve probably already part surmised, hail out of Rome, Georgia at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. And the music they make is classic Southern Rock – emphasizing heavy riffage and gut-wrenching vocals. It is rock in its very old-school purity – straightforward lyrics delivered with power, even bombast in places if required, as an uplifting (and air-punching) anthem.
‘Can I Get a Witness‘ is taken from the band’s debut album ‘Can We get a Witness‘, which is out on October 15th, and if it has a message then, as drummer Bristol Perry explains, it is this “It’s okay to be yourself. If you’re going through hard times, the music will always be there. We’d love to remind everyone of that.”