Home Free demonstrate once again why they're country music fans' favorite acapella group with their astonishing new video featuring their rendition of Rascal Flatts' "I Like the Sound of That."

The new video dropped on Friday (June 8) and has already received 82,000 views on YouTube. The band members recognized the song's catchiness the second they heard Rascal Flatts' recording, which reached No. 1 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart in 2015 when they released it as the fourth and final single from Rewind.

“When I heard ‘I Like the Sound of That’ for the first time on the radio, it made me want to call my girlfriend and cancel all my plans,” shares Home Free high tenor Austin Brown in a press release. “It’s just one of those feel-good love songs. I knew we had to put our Home Free stamp on it.”

Teor singer Rob Lundquist adds, “We tried making complete fools of ourselves in the video and it came pretty natural to us."

Produced and directed by Jacob Colgan, Home Free's "I Like the Sound of That" video returns the vocal quintet to middle school to depict a heartwarming love story between two teachers. The members of Home Free add comedic relief playing the school faculty on yearbook picture day in the "I Like the Sound of That" video, while the track -- which Home Free co-produced with Darren Rust, who also arranged their rendition of the song -- shows off the mind-blowing signature harmonies that have earned Home Free more than 163 million YouTube views since they first came to wide attention by winning The Sing-Off in 2013.

Home Free's cover of "I Like the Sound of That" is coming soon to digital retailers, and their fans will have plenty of chances to see them live over the summer as they continue a busy tour schedule that already stretches into 2018. For more information, visit Home Free's official website.

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