In 2016, Margo Price evolved from an underrated Nashville singer-songwriter to one of country music’s biggest breakthroughs. In her new video for “Hands of Time,” Price strips away the glamour of fame while showcasing her family and hometown.
The track is an autobiographical retelling of Price’s life and the events that molded her. From her father being forced to sell the family farm to the loss of her first-born son, she painfully pleads for a chance to make things better.
Directed by Ben Chapell and filmed in Price’s hometown of Aledo, Ill., viewers get a glimpse of what life was like before she moved to the Music City.
“Hands of Time” is the latest single off Price’s latest album, Midwest Farmer’s Daughter. The record has been lauded as one of the best releases of the year, thanks to its throwback country sound and impressive, honest and unforgiving lyrics.
You can catch Price out on the road with John Prine through the end of the year. For a full list of upcoming tour dates, visit her official website.