Zac Brown Band's video for "Homegrown" brings the song's title to life. The group put together a visual for the song, and it combines home videos from their biggest fans.

The group called on their fans and asked to see a little slice of their own homes, and fans responded. According to Rolling Stone Country, over 1,000 fans submitted videos. The clips include quiet back roads, countryside shots, footage of Nashville, farms and lots of other simple videos that show what it's like to truly be "Homegrown." The videos were all put together for one beautiful clip that looks like a home movie.

The fan video was compiled by members of the group themselves. They must have spent a lot of time selecting which ones would make the video, since they started with roughly four hours of footage, and the complete video is now less than four minutes.

"Thanks to our fans for showing us a little piece of home," the video's beginning reads. "This is your 'Homegrown' video."

The fans range from babies to kids to furry friends like the video shows, and they are all different and unique. ZBB fans all began working on their clips after the group asked for interested fans to use their Instagram accounts to film their very own "hometown experiences." Those interested had until April 12 to send the clips in, and the video was released 10 days later on April 22.

Watch the full fan video for Zac Brown Band's "Homegrown" above. The song is featured on Jekyll + Hyde, which was released on April 28.

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