Home Free have released their newest music video, for their single "Crazy Life" -- and it's made up entirely of Lego figures.

"Crazy Life" is an incredibly upbeat song, and seeing Home Free's five members -- Austin Brown, Rob Lundquist, Chris Rupp, Tim Foust and Adam Rupp -- represented as Lego characters will make you smile even bigger. The clip is entertaining, sweet, funny and innovative ... plus, the resemblance between the Lego characters and each of the guys is spot-on.

Much like any other music video, the group performs during the clip, with a storyline of other characters interspersed throughout. An old woman, policeman and girlfriend/boyfriend are a few of the leading "actors."

“Oh man, our "Crazy Life" video turned out better than we could have possibly dreamed,” Brown tells Taste of Country. “It really is such a good time … we had a lot of fun with this song and the Brotherhood Workshop’s interpretation of our miniature, Lego-selves.”

Not only is the video captivating, but the song itself is too. Remember: These guys are performing with only one instrument -- their voices -- yet the end result is a full, band-like sound.

The Minnesota natives won the fourth season of NBC's The Sing-Off in 2013 and released their debut album, Crazy Life, in January of 2014; it was highly successful, hitting No. 1 on the country iTunes chart and No. 4 overall on the iTunes chart.

Home Free will make their Opry debut on July 17. Visit their website for more information on upcoming tour dates.