English-born Americana-tinged trio Wildflowers are debuting the music video for their new song “Another Million Miles” exclusively for readers of The Boot. Press play above to watch.

Wildflowers' "Another Million Miles" video combines footage of the band’s hometown in Bristol, England, United Kingdom, and their adopted American home of Pueblo, Colo. The drives seen in the video were filmed outside of Pueblo, at a friend’s ranch near Pike’s Peak. The "Another Million Miles" clip is the trio's first music video made in the United States; it is intended to be an expression of their “free-wheeling” identity.

"Shooting the video for "Another Million Miles" was a rare and exciting experience," Wildflowers lead singer Siddy Bennett tells The Boot. "Not only was it was our first shoot in America, but the song is about seizing opportunities, leaving your home country and embarking on a new adventure, and that sums up what Wildflowers are about. We’re free-spirited adventurers.”

Wildflowers -- Bennett, her sister Kit on keyboards and James Ashbury on guitar and mandolin -- have indulged their wanderlust as they’ve toured across the United States and England, supporting artists such as Robert Plant and Tom Odell out on tour and making appearances at major festivals such as SXSW and Glastonbury. “Another Million Miles” will appear on the band’s new album, On the Inside, which is due out on Aug. 25.

Visit WildflowersBand.co.uk for more information on Wildflowers, their newest album and their upcoming tour dates.

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