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'Nashville' Sisters Put Their Own Spin on Popular Tune

The girls from "Nashville" are at it again.

Lennon and Maisy Stella, real-life sisters who play the daughters of Connie Britton's character on the ABC series, have covered yet another pop hit, infusing it with stripped-down music and haunting vocals.

The Stella sisters sing "Boom Clap" by British artist Charli XCX, while Lennon, 15, plays an electric guitar and Maisy, 11, claps and stomps to the beat.

And that's it for instruments, yet the sound is loud and clear.

Lennon and Maisy made headlines with their cover of "Ho Hey" by the Lumineers two years ago, and it looks as if their country take on the pop favorite "Boom Clap" will be another success. The YouTube video, which was published on Tuesday, has already reached almost half a million views as of today.

The apple apparently doesn't fall far from the family tree, as the girls' parents are the Canadian country duo The Stellas.

In fact, Maisy recalls Christmas as a 3-year-old and wanting to sing with her sister.

"I asked, 'Is it my turn yet? I want to sing!'" she told Rolling Stone last year. "And finally I sang [Faith Hill's] 'Where Are You Christmas' with her."

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