Brandi Carlile's fifth studio album, The Firewatcher's Daughterdropped earlier this month, but the alt-country star is still celebrating its release.

She recently shared a behind-the-scenes video (set to the tune of "Mainstream Kid") of the vinyl-making process for the new record. Filmed at United Record Pressing in Nashville by Joshua Shoemaker, the video (above) shows the love and care that went into the making of Carlile's LP.

The Firewatcher's Daughter -- out now via ATO Records -- serves as the follow-up to 2012's Bear Creek, which peaked at an impressive No. 10 on Billboard's Top 200 chart. This marks her first record with ATO, and it shows a maturation of the sound that she's procured since the beginning.

In an interview with NPR, Carlile said, “We didn’t make any demos. To me rock and roll isn’t really a genre but more of recklessness or a risk ... the more something gets ironed out and sure of itself, the less it begins to rock somehow.”

Carlile will appear at this year's SXSW, performing an intimate "unplugged" show at Central Presbyterian Church on March 18. You can get more details on that scheduled performance here.

Listen to Brandi Carlile's 'The Firewatcher's Daughter' Album Sampler