It’s turning out to be a “White Christmas” for Columbia Records’ Home Free, who debuted their music video for the holiday classic yesterday (12/20). The harmony-rich arrangement is featured on their Christmas album, FULL OF (EVEN MORE) CHEER, which hit #2 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart week of release.
Directed by FifGen Films’ Reilly Zamber, McKenzie Zamber and Jimmy Bates, Home Free’s “White Christmas” video was filmed across two locations; Minneapolis, MN, and Chandler, AZ. The Minneapolis setting features their real life family and friends gathering together while the Chandler location, a recent stop on their A COUNTRY CHRISTMAS Tour, is a throwback to the Old West, creating a visual that is the polar opposite of a white Christmas complete with cacti and a vast desert landscape.
“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, fiancées, girlfriends, children, friends and crew in the video,” shared Austin Brown. “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!”
With 31 sold-out shows in six weeks reaching more than 47,000 fans, the all-vocal sensation will wrap their successful A COUNTRY CHRISTMAS Tour in Fargo, ND, tomorrow night (12/22).
2016 was an exceptional year for the quintet with two extraordinary tours, a #2 charting album, over 120 million YouTube views plus 500,000 subscribers, not to mention tenor Rob Lundquist welcomed a baby girl and bass Tim Foust will say “I Do” on December 28. In 2017, Home Free returns to the road with their must-see show in never-before-played cities. Kicking off March 21 in Midland, TX, the 30-city international tour runs through April 29 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
For tour dates and more information on Home Free, visit www.homefreemusic.com.