The Cadillac Three Are ‘Crackin’ Cold Ones With The Boys’ in New Song

Southern rock trio The Cadillac Three dropped their party-ready new single "Crackin' Cold Ones With The Boys" accompanied by a live video.

Written by Drew Pearce
The Cadillac Three Are ‘Crackin’ Cold Ones With The Boys’ in New Song
The Cadillac Three; Photo Credit: Dylan Rucker

Just two years after the release of their third studio album Legacy, southern rock trio The Cadillac Three are finally back with a new single. Aptly titled “Crackin’ Cold Ones With The Boys,” the brand-new track is rowdy, boozy party anthem all about kicking back and having fun. The trio enlisted their road crew to help craft the song while on the road for their Country Fuzz Tour.

“We had a random studio day where our engineer and I had a few hours before the other guys arrived, and we cut some drum grooves,” drummer Neil Mason recalled in a press release. “Later, Jaren [Johnston] and I pulled them up on the bus while we were in Vegas, and he started writing the lyrics.”

Interestingly, the idea for the rambunctious tune stems from an inside joke between the bandmates.

“Our band and crew have this ongoing joke about how it’s time to ‘crack some cold ones with the boys,’ so we ran with that,” Mason explained. “The song was finished an hour or two later, so we drank some beers!”

Accompanying the track is a live music video, which documents all the crazy shenanigans that go on while the country rockers are on tour.

“We spend almost every week out on tour, and the interaction that happens from the stage to the floor is the reason that we do what we do,” Mason shared. “When we thought about what we wanted to do for our video, we decided to take a few cameras out on the road and film the live show because our fans always come to party, and that’s everything the song is about.”

“Crackin’ Cold Ones With The Boys” is out everywhere now. The Cadillac Three are currently serving as special guests on Travis Tritt and The Charlie Daniels Band’s Outlaws and Renegades Tour as well as supporting Luke Combs on his Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour.