The Zac Brown Band are giving fans a behind-the-scenes look into the recording of their latest single, 'All Alright.'

The song, which is the debut single from their EP, 'The Grohl Sessions, Vol. 1,' was recorded at their own Southern Ground Studios in Nashville. The video shows all of the ZBB members, along with producer Dave Grohl, sitting in the studio together, playing and singing. It illustrates their decidedly different way of recording the song -- choosing to all play together instead of tracking their own individual vocals and instruments, which is much more common.

While the Georgia-based band are rumored to be working on a new album, they also say they hope to release more songs with the Foo Fighters front man.

“Vol. 1 is literally everything we recorded, but we liked the idea of adding to this at some point,” band member Clay Cook says. “We don’t know what the future holds, but we like the idea, and Dave loves the idea of making more music, too. It’s as open-ended to us as it is to you, but Dave was cool with calling it Vol. 1. So maybe Vol. 2 comes in 30 years; we don’t know. But we love the idea of the intention to do more, that’s for sure.”

Download 'The Grohl Session, Vol. 1' here, or purchase a CD and DVD package here.