Hailing from the Bay Area, progressive bluegrass band Front Country are debuting their 'Undertaker' music video exclusively on The Boot. The clip has somewhat of a twist to it: It was filmed in a yurt, the type of ancient structure that Central Asian nomads used to live and sleep in.

Formed in 2011, the six-piece band, made up of Jacob Groopman, Leif Karlstrom, Jordan Klein, Adam Roszkiewicz, Zach Sharpe and Melody Walker, offers country fans bluegrass with a twist, and their latest music video, shot on a friend's farm in Pescadero, Calif., shows just how talented and in sync this band really is.

Lead singer Walker adds her distinct vocals to the impressive backdrop of oldgrass harmonies, newgrass picking, mandolin, fiddle, upright bass and guitar. The whole band stands around mics inside the expansive yurt, providing a cozy, simple atmosphere for a complex and riveting song.

Front Country showcase their inventive sound on their debut full-length album, 'Sake of the Sound.' The 12-track record is available for download and purchase here. A release party will take place Nov. 15 in San Diego.

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