Home Free have added their trademark harmonies to a song by one of the biggest artists in music. The a capella group take on Ed Sheeran's "Castle on the Hill," and they deliver in a video that finds them reminiscing on the good times.

The video shows the celebrated vocal group walking down the open road and through the forest along a set of train tracks as the sequence of a couple's young love story rolls by. The video follows the summertime fun of various young couples as they hang out by the lake, play beer pong with friends and even decide to TP a tree before shooting sparklers at one another in the summer twilight, with Home Free's haunting harmonies bringing the story to life.

The five-member group harmonize masterfully as they sing, "I'm on my way / Driving at ninety down those country lanes / Singing to 'Tiny Dancer' / And I miss the way you make me feel, and it's real."

"Castle on the Hill" was released as a double lead single off Sheeran's 2017 album, ÷ , along with his smash hit, "Shape of You." The song reached No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. While they cover songs from artists of all genres, Home Free have nailed some pretty impressive renditions of Keith Urban's "Blue Ain't Your Color," "I Like the Sound of That," by Rascal Flatts, Zac Brown Band's "Colder Weather" and many more. The group has announced they'll embark on a three-month tour in the fall of 2017 before hitting the road again in December for a 2017 Christmas tour.

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