CMA, ACM and CMT-nominated duo Love and Theft return to the forefront with their new single “Gimme Tonight.” The sultry upbeat jam written by Jaron Johnson (The Cadillac Three) and Andrew Dorff, will be available worldwide on April 19th.  With this release, produced by Josh Leo and Jim Ed Norman, Love and Theft continues to evolve and push boundaries with their music by featuring their signature harmonies wrapped in a fresh modern sound and production.

“The first time I heard the song, I fell in love with it instantly,” explains Stephen.  “I sent it over to Eric and he loved it as well.  This song was on the top of everyone’s list when we went to the studio to cut songs for our new album. It really showcases a cool side to us and the crowds at our live shows are crazy about it.”

Catch Love and Theft performing “Gimme Tonight” on the road this Spring. Tour dates below.

4/2    Nashville, TN – Grand Ole Opry

4/6     Sanford, FL – Fort Melon Park

4/13   Harrisonburg, VA – James Madison University

4/18    Santa Cruz, CA – Chaminade Resort and Spa

4/19    Fresno, CA – Chukchansi Park

5/11    Castro Valley, CA – Rowell Ranch Rodeo

About Love and Theft:

CMA, ACM and CMT-nominated duo Love and Theft, made up of Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson, first hit the scene with their debut single “Runaway” which landed in the Top 10 on the Billboard Country Charts.  They followed it up with their #1 platinum hit, “Angel Eyes”, from their self-titled album on RCA Records Nashville.  The album also yielded “If You Ever Get Lonely,” “Running Out Of Air,” and fan-favorite “Amen.”  “Whiskey On My Breath” is the most recent full-length album that the duo has released back in 2016, with the title track reaching over 3.9 million views on YouTube. When not in the studio, Love and Theft has shared the stage with country music’s biggest superstars including Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, Jason Aldean and Taylor Swift. With the release of their brand new single “Gimme Tonight,” off of their forthcoming album, the platinum-selling recording artists are poised to put another platinum plaque on their wall.