Home Free are showing their patriotic pride with an awe-inspiring cover of "God Bless the USA."

Independence Day is just around the corner, and the celebrated vocal group are taking the chance to pay tribute to the brave men and women of our military with Lee Greenwood's signature song.

"We feel very blessed to be able to make music for a living, and we know it's only because we live in a country made great by the sacrifices of others," Home Free's Tim Foust says. "This is our tribute to the brave men and women of the Armed Forces, past and presently serving."

Greenwood wrote "God Bless the USA" and released it as a single in 1984, hitting No. 7. Over time it has become one of the most beloved songs in country music; it came back to prominence during the Gulf War, and again after the 9/11 attacks as a way of bringing people together.

The five singers have come up with a beautiful, soaring arrangement that showcases the unique vocal blend that has made Home Free one of the most popular vocal groups in the country. They perform the song in front of Mount Rushmore in the video above, which is debuting exclusively on Taste of Country.

The group shot to fame when they won NBC’s vocal competition The Sing-Off in 2013, and have since sold more than 150,000 albums and racked up more than 69 million views on YouTube. Their latest record is Country Evolution.

Country Artists Wearing the American Flag