Miranda Lambert and the Pistol Annies celebrate freedom with a bottle of Dom in the new video for "Got My Name Changed Back." That's Free-Dom.

Look closely and you'll see that's the brand of champagne the trio is sipping in the courtroom, at the DMV and at the bank in this wild new video. Filmed partially at the Rutherford County Clerk's office, "Got My Name Changed Back" pretends the judicial, financial and records systems choose sides. Even the judge seems to be calling whomever did these women wrong a dog.

Angaleena Presley is also signing papers to have her name changed back; the group remain faithful to the facts in this case, as Ashley Monroe has never been divorced. Lambert plays lead in most scenes. Wearing a pink feather boa she waltzes into the courtroom, shoots a come-hither glance at the plainly dressed bailiff and charms the jury and judge on her way to getting her maiden name back. From there it's down to the DMV and then the bank to get that money.

At every stop the group is greeted with supporters, cake and champagne. Monroe's driver's license photo shoot at the DMV is absolutely glamourous. Presley looks ready for a major shopping spree after loading her purse with stacks of $100 bills. The song is the first single from Interstate Gospel, the Pistol Annies third studio album due Nov. 2, and was amongst the highlights of their Ryman Auditorium show last Thursday (Oct. 25). In addition to playing a mix of old and new songs, Lambert dispensed some justice of her own. See for yourself:

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