All-female country group Farewell Angelina are revealing their sassy music video for "Hillbilly 401K" exclusively for readers of The Boot.

Band members Lisa Torres, Nicole Witt, Andrea Young and Elizabeth Elkins are bursting with talent: They're four award-winning songwriters, singers and multi-instrumentalists, and "Hillbilly 401K" is their debut single. In its video, the four women flirt with the camera, prove that they know how to bust a few moves and show off their talents.

"I love my baby, but we ain't rich / Got an old Chevy been meaning to fix / The grass needs cutting 'round the satellite dish / Ain't paid that bill since double-oh-six," Torres sings. "Buy a lottery ticket every night / Sit down and scratch it off by the front porch light / Quarter in his hand, a twinkle in his eye / This one, darling's gonna change our life."

The chorus of "Hillbilly 401K" is hopeful and humorous: "Come on, baby, big money money / Come on, baby, feel lucky today / Come on, baby, big money money / Scratch off a hillbilly 401K."

Carl Diebold, who has previously worked with Rascal Flatts, Gavin DeGraw and more, directed the "Hillbilly 401K" music video.

Producers Jen Ketner and Keith Stegall (Zac Brown Band, Alan Jackson, Darius Rucker) discovered Farewell Angelina, who are now signed to Stegall's new label, Dreamlined. Though they're new as a group, Torres, Witt, Young and Elkins are no strangers to the industry: George Strait, Lee Brice, Billy Currington and more have recorded their songs, and they've lent their voices to tunes by Jason Aldean, Trace Adkins, Josh Thompson, Jana Kramer, Frankie Ballard and Jerrod Niemann.

"Hillbilly 401K" is available for purchase on iTunes; the song officially drops as a single on Friday (Jan. 29).

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