Originally a highlight of the band’s Country Fuzz album, the song has been significantly amped up for fans' listening pleasure.
"I just want to say thank you from myself and my family to all the frontline workers," observed McGraw.
“Anybody that knows my story knows that my mother is really close to me”, said the country star earlier today.
The track was released in May 2019 as the trio's first single for Big Machine Label Group/BMLG Records.
The new track also features on the band's new album, 'Country Fuzz', set for release through Big Machine on 7 February.
The trek is set to launch on 21 July in Cleveland, Ohio and end on 5 September in Chicago, Illinois.
The album follows in February 2020, just after the start of the trio's next US and international tour.
If 'Threads' is Crow's final full-length work, as she has suggested, then it's a remarkable closing statement.
'Let It Roll' is due for release on 23 August as the follow-up to their successful 2017 debut set 'On The Rocks.'
The track follows her earlier virtual duet with Johnny Cash on 'Redemption Day' and 'Live Wire,' co-starring Mavis Staples and Bonnie Raitt.
The mid-tempo ballad, with lead vocals by Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott, is described by the band as a deliberate nod to their earlier days.
Crow wrote the song and recorded it in 1996, with Cash's version included on the posthumous 'American VI' album.
The track is described by Rolling Stone as a "loose, party-ready jam that celebrates the camaraderie of the road."
uDiscover Music meets Midland, one of country's fastest-rising bands and a trio known for their style as well as their music.
The song was written by the three band members with prolific hit writers Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne.