Watch the Cadillac Three's Shadowy 'Graffiti' at Abbey Road

Hard-hitting trio perform narrative of youthful recklessness at famed London studio ahead of their 'Bury Me in My Boots' album release

The Cadillac Three have released the first in a series of performance videos filmed at Abbey Road Studios.

The Cadillac Three will release their new album, the follow-up to their 2012 self-titled debut, on August 5th. Titled Bury Me in My Boots, the record furthers the trio's gritty country-rock sound, one that stands out as entirely unique in country music.

Building up to the release, the band — made up of Nashville natives singer-guitarist Jaren Johnston, slide player Kelby Ray and drummer Neil Mason — has filmed a series of videos at the famous Abbey Road studios in London. Already wildly popular in the U.K., where their honest, unapologetic vibe has been embraced by rock fans, the group looks right at home in Abbey Road. Shrouded in darkness — and with Johnston wearing aviators — they perform a spooky version of the coming-of-age anthem "Graffiti." With its lines about being "small-town famous," this live version resonates with particularly powerful drumming by Mason, who co-wrote the song.

The Cadillac Three just returned from a performance at the Rambling Man Fair in Maidstone, Kent in England. They're currently touring with Florida Georgia Line on FGL's Dig Your Roots Tour.