The Lone Bellow have released the lyric video for their latest single, "Take My Love."

The video shows shots of the trio working and recording at Dreamland, a 19th century church-turned-recording studio near New York City, where they worked on their recently released album, Then Came the Morning.

After spending two years on the road promoting their self-titled debut album, which was released in 2013, the trio — Brian Elmquist, Kanene Pipkin and Zach Williams — headed to Dreamland with producer Aaron Dessner of the National to put together Then Came the Morning. 

They released the music video for the album's title track, also its first single, featuring simple shots of the band performing the song in a makeshift studio setting, last fall.

“I was listening to a lot of Vegas-era Elvis when I started writing it,” Williams says about "Then Came the Morning." “It has tinges of our gospel-music upbringing: The piano melody especially highlights the way my grandmother can bang on her old upright when she sings ‘Uncloudy Day’ every Thanksgiving. We recorded all the vocals together in the old church sanctuary at Dreamland Studios, and Aaron Dessner wrote all the wind, brass and strings with Vegas Elvis in mind.”

Earlier this year, the group stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to perform two other songs off the release: "Cold as It Is" and "Heaven Don’t Call Me Home."

Then Came the Morning is available for download via iTunes and Amazon.