Watch now: Pistol Annies bring the glam for "Got My Name Changed Back"

Courtesy RCA Records NashvilleA trip to the DMV has never looked like more fun than it does in Pistol Annies’ new video for “Got My Name Changed Back.”

In the new clip, Miranda LambertAshley Monroe, and Angaleena Presley go to court, the Department of Motor Vehicles, and the bank to restore their former surnames. They just happen to be dressed in full glam, in gowns complete with sequins, feather boas, and glitter.

Along the way, they pop a bottle of champagne -- labeled Free Dom -- with the judge and the bailiff, fire a confetti cannon at the DMV, and celebrate with cake and balloons at the bank.

Angaleena and Miranda have both acknowledged that “Got My Name Changed Back” was inspired by real life, since both have gone through divorces since they started the band.

“Got My Name Changed Back” is the lead single from Pistol Annies’ third album, Interstate Gospel, which arrives on Friday.

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Watch now: Kacey Musgraves appreciates being recognized for *her* version of country music

Watch now: Kacey Musgraves appreciates being recognized for *her* version of country musicABC/Randy HolmesKacey Musgraves is nominated for Album of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year going into Wednesday's CMA Awards.  Kacey's album Golden Hour has been one of the most universally acclaimed releases of the year, but it's not exactly what you'd call a "country" album. That's why Kacey says she's so honored to have been nominated.

"For my version of country music to be recognized is really meaningful to me because I love where the genre came from," Kacey tells ABC Radio. "And to be able to be someone that's recognized in modern country, I mean, that's a goal for me. Y'know, I love country music. So it's really cool."

Kacey says that Golden Hour is different from her other releases because it's her "most personal record yet."

"I don't think I've really let people in on an emotional scale this way very much," she explains. "I've never really talked much about my feelings, and falling in love, and meeting the right person, and talking about my flaws, and being lonely, coming off the road and missing my mom...I've never had songs like that. And it was really nice."

As for the Female Vocalist category, Kacey hates to think that that she's competing with Miranda Lambert, Maren Morris, Carrie Underwood and Kelsea Ballerini to find out who's "better."

"Awards shows are silly because no one's 'better' than the other," she says. "That's not what music is about. Art is very subjective...everyone's different and that's what's cool about it...everyone's obviously winning and doing her own thing!"

That being said, Kacey admits that she doesn't actually consider herself to be "much of a vocalist" -- so, she says, "To be in a category with some really great singers is a big compliment."

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