Brantley Gilbert turned to social media to share some fiery footage on Monday (March 12) after his tour bus caught fire.

Gilbert posted the video above to Instagram on Monday, depicting his tour bus pulled over to the side of the road in the dark, with flames erupting from the back end of the bus. It's a scary-looking situation, but it appears nobody was hurt, and Gilbert is keeping a sense of humor about it. He accompanies the video with his song "Hell on Wheels," which features the lyric line, "Feel it burn, baby, burn," and he kept a light tone in his post, too, writing, "Hey y'all.... adding pyro back into the set.... working out details now... In all seriousness.... thankful no one was injured.... bus drivers are safe.... I'm safe.... see y'all back on the road soon...."

Gilbert did not clarify where the incident took place. He hit the road for his 2018 The Ones That Like Me Tour on Feb. 1, featuring Aaron Lewis and Josh Phillips. His next scheduled tour date is slated for the Runaway Country Music Fest in Kissimmee, Fla., on March 23.

Hopefully, Gilbert's family were not onboard his bus at the time of the fire. The singer recently revealed that his wife, Amber, and their baby boy Barrett would be joining him on the road for this tour.The 3-month old made his stage debut at Gilbert's show in Augusta, Ga., on March 1, sporting an adorable set of noise-canceling headphones.

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