Still not familiar with the mighty talent that is Bentley Jones? That’s all about to change as he’s just dropped the lead single and title track from his debut UK album “The Rebellion”. The song is a hard-hitting, attitude-ridden uplifting pop/rock anthem that sets the tone for the most poignant release of his illustrious career so far.

Bentley Jones is a seasoned pop star with a wealth of experience under his belt. Having achieved 14 million Youtube hits and 2 million sales it’s safe to say Bentley is here to stay. The pulsating beats and driving choruses of ‘The Rebellion’ are set to propel him to prominence in the UK.

The Rebellion - Bentley Press Shot

Bentley has taken a unique approach to his music career, strutting around the outskirts of mainstream commercialism in an effort to maintain full creative control over his work. With his latest album being released on his own label and his latest video being self-produced and directed it seems he’ll be maintaining this method. It’s this vigilante, tenacious resilience to conformity that birthed the concept for “The Rebellion” and Bentley has boldly voiced his frustrations of the music industry on the album’s title track and lead single which is available now.

Last month Bentley released the preliminary EP “The Prequel” to introduce UK listeners to his work in anticipation of his latest album.His music quickly gained overwhelming online support as well as local press and radio play creating an air of intense anticipation over “The Rebellion” and what is fast being recognised as the most renowned and opulent album of Ben’s entire career.

“The Rebellion” (album) will be released internationally on 6th November. “The Rebellion” (single) is out now.

OFFICIAL SITE:      www.bentleyjones.com

FACEBOOK:           www.facebook.com/BentleyJonesMusic

TWITTER:               @Bentley_Jones

YOUTUBE:             www.youtube.com/BentleyJonesMusic

SOUNDCLOUD:    www.soundcloud.com/BentleyJones

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