High Valley’s Latest Single ‘Come On Down’ Is Top Country’s Pick Of The Week

Brad and Curtis Rempel

Two brothers from a tiny, tiny, little town in the most Northern parts of Alberta, make up the country pop-grass duo, High Valley. Brad speaks of their upbringing in La Crete and what motivated their music.

“We made music, we played hockey, we worked on the farm, and we never spent our lives thinking about how much we needed or wanted to be somewhere else. Our parents took us outside, and we had a blast being creative and making our own entertainment. I think it was very beneficial for us to have been raised out there.”

High Valley relocated to Nashville a couple of years ago, working with award-winning producers to hone in their unique country “pop-grass” sound. They call it a combination of bluegrass lyrics with pop production. Though they moved down south, High Valley has become a buzz worthy act in Canada, earning them multiple Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) and JUNO Award nominations, Duo of the Year at the 2015 CCMA’s, and a few top charting hits, while signed to Canada’s biggest country music record label, Open Road Recordings. Among all these successes, High Valley sparked the attention of fans and labels in the US, resulting in their newly acquired record deal with Atlantic Records/Warner Music Nashville in the Fall of 2015. ‘Make You Mine’ will be the first single to be released in the US with their new label.

Come On Down

High Valley wants you to come on down to the country, to the land of milk and honey. They don’t lock the doors and their arms are always open. ‘Come On Down’ is High Valley’s latest single released in Canada, and is very quickly headed to the top of the charts. ‘Come On Down’ aligns with Brad and Curtis’ ‘faith, family and farming’ inspiration, bluegrass lyrics and pop production, and for that they are our PICK OF THE WEEK!

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Come On Down Lyrics

Yeah, it’s been a while since you’ve been around
Won’t you come on down, just come on downYou don’t need no invitation
Day or night we’re out here waiting
Just drive out until the pavement ends
Sign says population: 2817
One stop light and a Dairy Queen
Saw mills, farms, refineries
Yeah, that looks like home to me
If you still believe in faith and family
You’ll find them in this little town

Come on down
Come on, come on down
Out here in the country
We leave the light on for you
And we never lock the door
Just come on down
Come on, come on down
To the land of milk and honey
Our arms are always open
You can make yourself at home
Just come on down

If something happens to your neighbour
Oh, the church has a fundraiser
It’s the front page of the paper
It’s just a seven-pager
Every house has a good book and
Kitchens all smell like old cooking
If a cracker’s what you’re looking for
You’ll find one here for sure
Everyone’s a fan of, yes sir, thank you ma’am
Way out here in this little town

Come on down
Come on, come on down
Out here in the country
We leave the light on for you
And we never lock the door
Just come on down
Come on, come on down
To the land of milk and honey
Our arms are always open
You can make yourself at home
Just come on down

Tell me when you’re gonna visit
Come on, you know you miss it

Come on down
Come on, come on down
Out here in the country
We leave the light on for you
And we never lock the door
Just come on down
Come on, come on down
To the land of milk and honey
Our arms are always open
You can make yourself at home
Just come on down

Come on, come on down
Out here in the country
We leave the light on for you
And we never lock the door
Just come on down
Come on, come on down
To the land of milk and honey
Our arms are always open
You can make yourself at home
Just come on down

It’s been a while since you’ve been around
Won’t you come on down, just come on down
It’s been a while since you’ve been around
Won’t you come on down, just come on down
Just come on down

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