Divorces come with a pile of legal paperwork, but the Pistol Annies make the proceedings into a party in their "Got My Name Changed Back" music video. Readers can press play above to watch the brand-new clip.

The "Got My Name Changed Back" music video takes Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley to court ... and to the DMV ... and to the bank. They're glammed up, in glitter and feathers, as Lambert testifies "Well, I wanted somethin' new / Then I wanted what I had;" adding confetti to Monroe's new DMV photos; and celebrating with cake as Presley stuffs wads of cash into her purse.

"Got My Name Changed Back" is one of 14 new songs on the Pistol Annies' forthcoming album, Interstate Gospel; Lambert, Monroe and Presley co-wrote the uptempo romp through bureaucracy. In addition to this song, Pistol Annies have also shared the songs "Masterpiece," "Sugar Daddy," "Stop Drop and Roll One," "Interstate Gospel" and "Best Years of My Life."

Pistol Annies are celebrating the release of Interstate Gospel -- which is due out on Nov. 2 and is their first new album since 2013 -- with a trio of shows in Nashville, New York City and Los Angeles. Prior to officially announcing their new record, the trio had been teasing new music for months, dropping hints in interviews and on social media, as well as appearing together at some of Lambert's shows.

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