Up-and-coming country trio Temecula Road put their own spin on Carrie Underwood's current single, "Heartbeat," and they absolutely nailed it. 

Sisters Maddie Salute, 15, and Emma Salute, 16, joined forces with their longtime friend, Dawson Anderson, also 16, to create the group which is named after their hometown of Temecula, Calif.

Temecula Road's rendition of "Heartbeat" spotlights the group's beautiful melodies that so perfectly complement each other. Their take on the song — a rising hit for Underwood — makes the track their own and shows potential for their growth in the future. Temecula Road's performance would definitely make the country superstar proud.

This isn't the trio's first time putting their own spin on another star's song. Temecula Road have also tapped Sam Hunt's "Bottle It Up," as well as Taylor Swift's "Wildest Dreams." They are much more than just a cover band, though — the trio write original material, which is backed by Anderson on guitar and Emma on mandolin.

It's been a pretty exciting few months for the young group of musicians. They played their first live show in Nashville at the famed the Basement venue, opened shows on Joe Nichols' Certified Country Tour and were also named one of Huffington Post's artists to watch in 2016.

Next, Temecula Road will be joining Jessie James Decker on her Lights Down Low Tour, which kicks off at the end of February.

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