What do you get when you mix three musicians with a tonne of experience playing countless live shows with artists such as Kim Richey, Shannon Noll and Billy Thorpe, and put them in a band together to combine their skills and talents to make original music? The answer is: The Rams, a band from the Central Coast of New South Wales, made up of lead singer/drummer Adam Church, bass guitarist/vocalist Troy Henderson and lead guitarist Michael Greville.

The Rams formed in 2021 and since then they have released their debut single ‘Big Time’ and supported Daryl Braithwaite and Vika and Linda Bull, amongst other artists. They now have a new single, ‘Ice Cold Beer’.

Says Henderson of the song’s origins, ‘I was standing at the corner of Wentworth and Oxford streets in Sydney and I sent a text message to Adam with an idea about an ice cold heart and an ice cold beer. Adam was on holidays with a guitar and fired back a verse and a tweaked chorus. After many belly laughs and some crafting, pardon the pun, the song “Ice Cold Beer” was born.’

Church picks up the story: ‘We knew we were onto something when we played it at a live show and the next day was approached by someone in a shopping centre saying, “You’re in the band with the beer song”.’

Due to the prowess of the band members, on ‘Ice Cold Beer’ the three instruments make a big sound, supplemented by strong vocals and a sense of fun that carries through to the music video, which was directed by Church with Dave Molland and is having its premiere here today. So if you’re staying inside on these cold nights, there’s absolutely no reason not to enjoy an ‘Ice Cold Beer’ …