Still high on the energy of last night’s sold-out crowd during opening night of their Night Life Religion UK Tour, THE CADILLAC THREE revealed new music today. Available now via, the band recorded “Graffiti” at London’s famed Abbey Road Studios as part of a live vinyl release coming later this year. Percussionist Neil Mason penned the track, which premiered on Planet Rock Radio earlier this week and is already A List, with Corey Crowder and Luke Dick. Filled with heartfelt southern nostalgia, “Graffiti” takes the finest of TC3’s Nashville roots and seamlessly blends them with the authentic grit that has become a trademark for the band’s sound. LISTEN TO GRAFFITI HERE

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 TC3 filmed the music video for their “Graffiti” while in the midst of headline dates that have already sold out in London, Cardiff, Manchester and Glasgow. Beloved by locals around the globe, the stouthearted trio’s vibrant shows fueled with word-of-mouth appeal continue to sell out bigger and bigger crowds at a phenomenal rate across the UK. 

 Since being named the 2014 UK Classic Rock Roll of Honour: Best New Band, The Cadillac Three became the most played new band on Planet Rock in 2015 with several radio singles listed on the UK’s biggest radio station dedicated to rock music while “White Lightning” was most recently a staple all summer on the BBC Radio 2 playlist.

Adding to their prominent UK success, TC3 will spend part of 2016 out on the road with Florida Georgia Line’s Dig Your Roots Tour and Kip Moore’s Wild Ones Tour. With a raw sound like no other, the buzz-worthy band organically builds around Neil’s thundering, melodic percussion and the sinewy intertwining of GRAMMY-nominated frontman and chart-topping songwriter Jaren Johnston’s gruff vocals and guitar with Kelby Ray’s lap steel, all ready to explode at a moments notice. “The blazing brand of country rock plied by The Cadillac Three burns down genre boundaries” (The Boston Globe) and “…the majority of today’s so called country rockers are simply trying to emulate what The Cadillac Three has been from their very beginning” (Chicago Sun-Times). The musical co-conspirators are known for their high-energy shows and gritty sonic instincts.

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