Gimme All Your Love
|"Gimme All Your Love"|
|Single by Alabama Shakes|
|from the album Sound & Color|
|Alabama Shakes singles chronology|
"Gimme All Your Love" is a song performed by American rock band Alabama Shakes, issued as the second single from the band's second studio album Sound & Color. Co-produced by the band and written by lead singer Brittany Howard, the song peaked at #36 on the Billboard rock chart. The band performed the song live on television for the first time on February 28, 2015 on Saturday Night Live.
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FDRMX magazine described the song as "sheer musical bliss deriving from the innermost corners of the soul".
At the time of the album release, no official music video was created for the song. However, a video featuring the song's audio became available in February 2015. On April 5, 2016 Alabama Shakes choose the video submitted by Marie Laure Blancho and Larry Ismail out of the 101 videos submitted from 26 countries as the official video.
|US Hot Rock Songs (Billboard)||36|
|US Adult Alternative Songs (Billboard)||25|
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