Zac Brown Band have enlisted the help of Kacey Musgraves for a song on their new album. In a short video clip posted to Instagram, the band is shown in the studio, recording John Prine's "All the Best" with Musgraves.

"A little glimpse into our time recording 'All The Best,'" the band writes. "So fortunate to have Kacey Musgraves (@spaceykacey) join us on an old favorite. #AllTheBest Friday, 4/21."

The clip shows both Brown and Musgraves at the microphone, collaborating on the song's chorus. "It would be cool if it was just me and you and it was real small," Musgraves suggests after Brown says they were singing too fast.

The song, coming on Friday, April 21, is the latest glimpse into the band's forthcoming album Welcome Home, due out May 12. They have been sharing several new songs with fans including "My Old Man" and "Family Table."

The group's new album will coincide with their Welcome Home Tour kickoff in their hometown of Atlanta, Ga. The album returns ZBB to their musical roots.

“We’re looking forward to heading back on the road in 2017 and sharing some new songs with our fans,” Brown says in a press release.

While the band has been working on the follow-up to their 2015 release Jekyll + Hyde, two members have welcomed new additions to their family. Fiddle player Jimmy De Martini and his wife have added a daughter to their growing family while multi-instrumentalist Clay Cook welcomed a son.

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