Home Free released their holiday album Full of (Even More) Cheer in November, and their latest music video for "White Christmas" showcases the singers at home with their families celebrating the holidays.

"White Christmas" was directed by FifGen Films’ Reilly Zamber, McKenzie Zamber and Jimmy Bates and filmed in two locations; Minneapolis, Minn., and Chandler, Ariz., according to a press release. In Minneapolis, Home Free's family and friends are gathered together while enjoying a Christmas celebration filled with turkey, presents and the band seated around a big table for dinner.

Chandler was a recent stop on the band's Christmas tour and is set as a throwback to the Old West, with cactus and a vast desert landscape in the backdrop.

“We love sharing our lives with our fans and couldn’t think of a better way to give them a glimpse into our holiday traditions than to include our wives, fiancees, girlfriends, children, friends and crew in the video,” singer Austin Brown says in a press release. “And the desert portion was a ton of fun to shoot. I felt like I was on the set of an old classic Western movie!”

Watch the band blend the two locations and sentiments in the video above.

Home Free won NBC’s a capella group competition The Sing-Off in 2013 by wowing viewers with their impeccable harmonies. The band have been on the road throughout the month for their A Country Christmas Tour, which wraps on Dec. 22. Home Free will head back out on the road in January in the U.K.

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