Margo Price is revisiting her roots in a new clip for “Hands of Time,” a cut off her critically acclaimed debut album Midwest Farmer’s Daughter. Shot in Aledo, Il., Price’s hometown, the video shows the Nashville-based songwriter bowling, horseback riding, going out for ice cream and visiting with friends and family. The Ben Chappell-directed clip has the grainy feel of an old home movie, adding another layer of intimacy to the already personal video.
Price is currently touring the United States, with a couple stops across the pond planned for early 2017. Check out dates here.
Watch the video for “Hands of Time” below.