Nashville country duo Granville Automatic are premiering the music video for their song "A Little of Both" exclusively for readers of The Boot. Press play above to watch.

The "A Little of Both" video kicks off with a June Cleaver type shopping for fruit at the supermarket, then transitions back and forth between that grocery-shopping trip and a night out at the bar. It's a nod to the theme of the song, which is a celebration of the women who want it all: domestic bliss and a night of partying out at the honky-tonk.

"Some people hate me / I guess I make it look easy," Granville Automatic sing in the chorus of "A Little of Both." "Jack Daniels and Jim Beam, Mick Jagger, McCartney / I'll have a little of both."

Comprised of singer-songwriters Vanessa Olivarez and Elizabeth Elkins, Granville Automatic take their name from a 19th-century typewriter brand. As songwriters, Olivarez and Elkins have written songs for artists including Billy Currington, Sugarland, Wanda Jackson and Angaleena Presley, among others.

On May 4, Granville Automatic will release their fourth album, Radio Hymns, a concept album focused on the lost history of Nashville. To keep up with the duo, check out tour dates and more details at