The Secret Sisters may hail from Muscle Shoals, Ala., but the sibling pair pay respect to the home state of country music in their new video, 'Tennessee Me.'

"We can't wait for everyone to see our new video, not only because it's our first 'official' music video, but also because it's for a song we wrote early in our careers in tribute to the wonderful state of Tennessee," Secret Sister Laura Rogers says. "The fans have expressed a real love for the song so far, so we're happy to be able to share it with them through cinematography that was filmed in Nashville."

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'Tennessee Me' offers a vintage approach to videography, which compliments the duo's 1940s and '50s-inspired sound. Similarly, their critically acclaimed debut album was recorded on analog, using just one microphone between the two. "It was really cool to stay true to that era," says Lydia. "We wanted to do it the way they did back then, because the best music comes out of that era."

The Secret Sisters' self-titled disc was released October 12, 2010 and features the covers 'Something Stupid,' 'Why Baby Why' and the Hank Williams Sr. classic, 'Why Don't You Love Me,' in addition to the sisters' self-penned originals.