Trampled By Turtles have shared a new live video featuring each member helping to perform a fitting rendition of “We All Get Lonely” from their respective home quarantines. The song originally appeared on the six-piece folk-rock band’s 2018 studio album, Life Is Good On The Open Road.

The video, which is similar to the quarantine-based performances shared by bands ranging from Queen to Lettuce over the past month and a half, showcases each member in their unique home setting as they perform the 2018 original. The performance begins with a single clap from members who are (almost) totally in sync with one another as they begin the slower folk-rock tune. Though not quite live, the performance gives TBT fans the chance to relax to some smooth Americana music while responsibly enjoying warm spring weather which returned across the country this weekend.

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Watch the full quarantine performance video below.

Trampled By Turtles – “We All Get Lonely” [Quarantine Performance]

[Video: tbtduluth]

The band was scheduled to embark on a run of fall tour dates alongside Wilco in September, but those shows are now in jeopardy with the ongoing pause on concert events in North America for the foreseeable future. Head to the band’s website for updates to their 2020 concert and ticket info.