Seaforth Cheers To ‘Good Beer’ In New Collaboration With Jordan Davis

Seaforth are treating their fans to new music in 2022 with the release of “Good Beer.”  The Australian duo comprised…


Christine Sellers

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January 13, 2022


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Seaforth are treating their fans to new music in 2022 with the release of “Good Beer.” 

The Australian duo comprised of Tom Jordan and Mitch Thompson released a new collaboration with Jordan Davis.

The song is laidback and all about having a good time while drinking a cold one.

“And a good beer is a cold one / If you got green, better roll one / And the right drive is a slow one / Down a back road, baby, I know / That the whole town’s for the home team / Better hoedown in them old jeans / And I’m damn sure that the day’s done / With a good beer and a good beer is a cold one,” goes the chorus.

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Seaforth and Davis shared the music video for their collaboration shortly after its release.

“We hope you don’t hate it,” Seaforth wrote on their Instagram. “Link in bio to check it if u haven’t already YEEET.”


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“Good beer with @weareseaforth is out now! Link in bio. Watch the official music video premiere on YouTube at 5pm ct then hang with us on Instagram live right after. [beer emoji],” Davis added.

Seaforth wrote the song Rocky Block and Jordan Dozzi, according to a press release. The pair said having Davis on the track was “exciting” for them.

“He’s a full-blown legend. We’re fans of his and now friends, so we’re stoked to share it with him too.”

Seaforth opened for Davis alongside MacKenzie Porter on Davis’s 2021 Buy Dirt Tour.

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The pair previously released “Breakups,” a song that wound up going viral with nearly 20 million streams.

Davis also has had success over the last year. He released his song, “Buy Dirt” with fellow country singer Luke Bryan on his EP of the same name. Davis said watching his fans react to “Buy Dirt” was “really special,” naming it “one of the coolest things of 2021.”

Davis has a busy 2022 in store as well. He’s set to continue his Buy Dirt Tour and will join Dierks Bentley’s on his Beers On Me Tour.

Meanwhile, Seaforth are slated to appear at this year’s C2C and Tortuga Music Festivals, according to their website.

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