Jenny Tolman is back with a new single, and this time around she's exploring some different sides to her music.

Tolman worked with Grammy-nominated producer Dave Brainard on "Rock & Roll to My Country Soul," which is premiering today with Taste of Country. The stop-motion video for the new song finds Tolman highlighting hip Nashville locations including Robert's Western World, the I Believe in Nashville mural and more. She also hits the rehearsal space with her band, who help her comically re-create the cover of the Beatles' Abbey Road at one point in the video above.

"Rock & Roll to My Country Soul" centers around a classic shuffle pattern, with lyrics that name-check Jimmy Page, Chuck Berry and more rockers. Tolman previously hit No. 1 on CMT's 12-Pack Countdown with her single, "Something to Complain About," and she hopes the new song helps to demonstrate some growth.

"I’m excited to release 'Rock & Roll to My Country Soul' because it shows another side of me and my music," she tells us. "I have so many different influences across all genres, and even though I’m country at heart, it was fun to bring in a little rock & roll into the mix. It’s one of my favorites to play live, so the band and I really get to have fun with it."

"Rock & Roll to My Country Soul" is set for release on Friday (Aug. 3). For more information about Jenny Tolman, visit her official website, or follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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