Molly Tuttle and her band, Golden Highway, have unveiled an animated video for their track “Down Home Dispensary” from their Grammy-nominated album City of Gold. The release comes as the group gears up for a performance at Orange Blossom Revue in Lake Wales, Fla., this Friday.

The animated video, crafted by Mechanism Digital Inc., offers a visual experience in the style of School House Rock and advocates for recreational weed use in Tennessee. Tuttle, the frontwoman, encouraged fans to check out the video, noting, “Too much politickin’ and not enough tokin’? Check out our animated ‘Down Home Dispensary’ video – out today.” On the song, she echoed the hook, adding, “Put up a down-home dispensary in Tennessee.”

Earlier this month, Tuttle and Golden Highway received their second consecutive Grammy nomination for Best Bluegrass Album following their debut Crooked Tree which won the award in 2022. The nomination adds to their impressive list of accolades, including three IBMA Bluegrass Music Awards wins, with City of Gold taking home the Album of the Year Award.

Upcoming tour dates include performances in California and a solo tour in the UK supporting Tommy Emmanuel in January. Additionally, Tuttle and Golden Highway are set to perform at The Troubadour in West Hollywood and a four-night run at The Guild Theatre in Menlo Park, among other venues.

Listen to Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway’s “Down Home Dispensary” below.

Tour Dates

December 1—Lake Wales, FL—Orange Blossom Revue

December 13—West Hollywood, CA—Troubadour (SOLD OUT)

December 14—Menlo Park, CA—The Guild Theatre

December 15—Menlo Park, CA—The Guild Theatre (SOLD OUT)

December 16—Menlo Park, CA—The Guild Theatre (SOLD OUT)

December 17—Menlo Park, CA—The Guild Theatre (SOLD OUT)

January 10—Exeter, UK—Corn Exchange*

January 11—Bath, UK—Forum*

January 12—London, UK—Cadogan Hall*

January 13—Bexhill On Sea, UK—Palace Theatre*

January 14—Southend-on-sea, UK—Palace Theatre*

January 16—Bury St. Edmunds, UK—Apex*

January 17—Lytham St. Annes, UK—Lowther Pavilion Theatre*

January 18—Sunderland, UK—Fire Station*

January 19—Glasgow, UK—Celtic Connections*

January 21—Buxton, UK—Buxton Opera House*

January 23—Kings Lynn, UK—Corn Exchange Theatre and Cinema*

January 24—Shrewsbury, UK—Theatre Severn*

January 25—St. Albans, UK—Alban Arena*

January 26—Wirral, UK—Floral Pavilion Theatre*

January 27—Harrogate, UK—Royal Hall*

March 3—WinterWonderGrass Steamboat—Steamboat Springs, CO

March 21—Big Ears Festival—Knoxville, TN

(*supporting Tommy Emmanuel)