Watch Folk Supergroup I'm With Her Perform New Song 'Little Lies'

Multi-instrumentalists Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz and Aoife O'Donovan reunite for another batch of songs

Sara Watkins, Aoife O'Donovan and Sarah Jarosz have reunited as I'm With Her and shared the new song "Little Lies."

It's been a hot minute since we've heard from I'm With Her, the folk supergroup featuring outstanding multi-instrumentalists Sarah Jarosz, Sara Watkins (Nickel Creek) and Aoife O'Donovan. With each member busy pushing their own solo records, the trio – which formed by way of an impromptu jam at the 2014 Telluride Bluegrass Festival – spent 2016 on the back burner. But that changes with the release of a new EP titled Little Lies, a follow-up to the 2015 cover of John Hiatt's "Crossing Muddy Waters." Check out the video for the title track, out last week, above.

The no-frills clip itself, a lyric video that captures trio singing in the studio, lets the uplifting-yet-melancholy tune do the talking.

"I'm gonna hold my cards close / Cover my scars and mostly tell you little lies / I hope you never know this kind of loneliness that's eating me alive," O'Donovan sings over delicately plucked acoustic guitars before Jarosz and Watkins chime in with loneliness-quelling harmonies, singing "If I pretend I never cried / And my daddy raised me right that I pick myself up when I fall / That I don't need a helping hand / On my own two feet I stand will you come running when I call?"

In a group whose "Who's on First"-evoking name suggests a supporting cast and no designated frontwoman, it's perhaps a question that answers itself.

The trio kicks off a two-week tour with the Punch Brothers July 29th in Portland, Maine.