Country supergroup The Highwomen have released the music video for their heartwarming song, “Crowded Table.”
The visual focuses on footage of the group—consisting of Maren Morris, Brandi Carlile, Amanda Shires and Natalie Hemby—recording the song at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio A. Other familiar faces in the clip include Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell, YOLA and producer Dave Cobb. All contributed to The Highwomen’s 2019 self-titled album, on which “Crowded Table” appears.
“Yeah I want a house with a crowded table / And a place by the fire for everyone / Let us take on the world while we’re young and able / And bring us back together when the day is done,” the group sing harmoniously in the anthemic chorus.
In an interview with CBS This Morning, Hemby said that seeing the clip made her tear up. “I want to be around my buddies again… Making music is about being together,” she said.
Carlile added, “Isn’t that what we all wish we had now, a crowded table?”
“Crowded Table” is off the group’s self-titled debut record, which includes the single “Redesigning Women” and their rendition of “Highwayman,” the 1985 song by The Highwaymen (Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson).
Watch the video for “Crowded Table” below: