Los Angeles-based country-pop group Fairground Saints are exclusively premiering their new single, "All for You," on The Boot.

With this new tune, the trio -- made up of Mason Van Valin (vocals and guitar), Elijah Edwards (vocals, guitar, mandolin, keyboards, Dobro and accordion) and Megan McAllister (vocals, guitar and dulcimer) -- delivers a song that's catchy and dreamy, with a dash of classic country thrown into the mix.

Each singer's vocals are distinct, but the three separate entities somehow combine into a full-bodied sound that's quite addictive, and "All for You" is intentionally strong in its memorable melody.

“I think we’ve always enjoyed melodies that felt magically timeless," Van Valin tells The Boot, "and that’s what we were aiming for with this song."

Edwards and Van Valin first met on Facebook, and they spotted McAllister in a YouTube video, according to the Huffington Post. A day after McAllister met the two guys of the group, they started writing songs together.

“We gelled quickly and started making music together right away,” says McAllister in a press release. “It was almost like we were already family.”

Fairground Saints are signed with Verve Music Group/Universal Records. Their self-titled debut album, produced by Matthew Wilder (who has worked with, among others, No Doubt and Christina Aguilera), is scheduled to drop on Aug. 21. It is available for pre-order on iTunes now.

The first two tracks from Fairground Saints are streaming on Spotify, and the group's debut single, "Can't Control the Weather," is available on iTunes.

Listen to Fairground Saints, "All for You":

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