The Boys Are Back At It

“The electrifying visualizer reconfirms the palpable energy of The Road Hammers” – American Songwriter

April 9, 2021 – Setting the stage for a wave of new music, multi-platinum country group The Road Hammers release “The Boys Are Back At It,” available at radio and for streaming today. The release is accompanied by an electric music video demonstrating classic Hammers energy, which premiered earlier this morning on American Songwriter – read the full feature HERE.

“Travis Nesbitt has been a good friend for years, but we’ve never had the chance to have him direct one of our videos. He shares our vision and passion. We may be a roots band, but we love huge rock production – all the lights, all the pyro.  I believe people hear with their eyes, and we wanted to make a video that reflected who we are live.  We like it loud – We back baby!” – Jason McCoy


An undeniable staple in Canadian country music, with over 25 million streams, five CCMA Awards and a Juno Award win; The Road Hammers are Jason McCoy, Clayton Bellamy and Chris Byrne. Forming in 2004, the country rock trio released their now certified Platinum, debut album the following year. The Road Hammers debuted at #1 on the Canadian country albums chart, won the Juno Award for Country Recording of the Year, and delivered four Top 10 singles at country radio, including “I’m A Road Hammer,” “East Bound and Down,” and “Girl on the Billboard”. The group signed with American record label Montage Music Group in 2007 and released the top 50 charting album Blood Sweat & Steel. Known for their energetic and highly entertaining live show, The Road Hammers have become international fan favourites, touring extensively, including runs in North American, Europe and Australia. Releasing six albums to date, with six Top 10 hits and nine Top 20 singles, including “Homegrown,” “Crazy About You,” and the certified Platinum “Mud,” the trio shows no signs of slowing down.

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