Moonshine Bandits sure know how to do summertime right, as they display in their brand new video for "Outback."

The country rap duo consisting of Dusty "Tex" Dahlgren and Brett "Bird" Brooks have just released a new album, Blacked Out, and they recently filmed an off-the-hook video for the project's first single, "Outback," which is a perfect summer grilling anthem.

The clip starts off on a humorous note, with the duo looking in the trunk at a huge arsenal of weapons and ammo, talking about the need to "come prepared." But it turns out all they're looking for is a bottle opener, which is the only thing they need to be prepared for an all-out backyard blowout.

That epic party features guest appearances from a number of their Average Joes labelmates, including Demun Jones (formerly of Rehab), Bubba Sparxxx, the LACS, Sarah Ross, I4NI, YouTube sensation Outlaw Dipper, Jeff McCool of Moccasin Creek, Durwood Black, Jelly Roll, D-Thrash of Jawga Boyz and newcomers Redneck Souljers and Lenny Cooper. The song features a variety of different rapping styles over the top of a swampy, blues-inflected feel colored by a harmonica track.

The lyrics describe a perfect summer day, relaxing "Outback" with friends, food and a few cold ones: "Everything we do, we do it out back / Back yard, half-charred ribs on a rack / Back road runnin', gettin' dirty on the track / Backwoods gunnin', hittin' birdies by the pack / Everywhere we go, we go to the back." The duo filmed the fun-filled clip in Nashville in late June, bringing their celebrity friends together for one huge summer party in the country.

For more information about Moonshine Bandits, visit their official website, or keep up with them via Twitter and Facebook.

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