‘Bama-born quartet Them Dirty Roses are premiering the music video for their song “Grew Up in the Country” exclusively for readers of The Boot.

The video for “Grew Up in the Country” was shot in Them Dirty Roses’ hometown of Gadsden, Ala. Readers can press play above to watch the clip and see some of the group's old haunts.

“The places you see are the places we grew up, and the people you see are the people we grew up with,” TDR's Andrew Davis tells The Boot. “We figured that if we were going to have a music video with bonfires, trucks and fields, we might as well use the same ones we grew up with."

Written by Nashville’s Austin and Beau James, "Grew Up in the Country" is all about Them Dirty Roses' journey from Alabama to Nashville.

“After we tweaked the song and finished it off, we decided that it needed to be our debut music video," Davis adds, "because it sort of introduces the world to who we are."

Comprised of brothers James and Frank Ford and their childhood friends Davis and Ben Crain, Them Dirty Roses released their debut EP, Trouble, earlier this year; they've also been spending time out on the road opening for Eric Church, Keith Urban and Martina McBride, among other major Nashville acts. And TDR have big plans for 2017, too: "new music, new videos (both live and studio), and we may even announce our first full-length album," according to Davis.

Them Dirty Roses' Trouble EP is available for download on iTunes. Fans can keep up to date with them on their official website.