Who knew Zac Brown had secret dreams of being a funk-pop singer?! The Zac Brown Band frontman and his Sir Rosevelt bandmates have released the music video for their song "Sunday Finest," along with three more tunes, and the jazzy, dance-y, cross-genre tracks will have you on your feet.

Sir Rosevelt is a "Southern pop" trio made up of Brown, Niko Moon and Ben Simonetti. They debuted their first single earlier in September, and on Friday (Sept. 30), Brown and company revealed the color-saturated dream of a video via Periscope. Directed by Diego Pernia, "Sunday Finest" is a funky, sexy, electric romp that will make even the coldest winter days feel like a summer dance party in Miami.

According to a press release from Twitter, "Sunday Finest" is the first music video to ever be debuted on Periscope. Below, fans can watch Brown explain the details behind his latest project and Sir Rosevelt's first single.

Sir Rosevelt also released three brand-new songs on their Twitter account, making it easy for fans to experience their music and interact with it in real-time. Each of the three tracks combines a number of musical genres. For example, the horn heavy "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us" combines Wild West vibes, a dance floor-ready beat and some Americana-inspired shouting:

Then there's "For My Own," a track seemingly inspired by '70s disco and boasting some impressive strings behind the powerful vocals of all three performers:

And as for "Take Your Love Away"? You won't hear a hint of "Chicken Fried" here, folks. This EDM-inspired rocker packs a punch with heavy-hitting guitars and hard-rocking, AutoTuned vocals.

Readers can head over to Twitter to listen to the songs, dance along to the video and check out all the behind-the-scenes content and commentary from Sir Rosevelt. More information is available on the trio's official website.

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