Country a cappella group Home Free have released a brand-new music video for "9 to 5." The song, a cover of Dolly Parton's 1980 classic, is from their recently released Country Evolution album.

The video starts out by showing the five guys working in an office, in matching shirts and ties, before cutting loose and having a little fun in the middle of the workday.

"We are honored to cover one of Dolly Parton's smash hits in "9 to 5,"'' band member Rob Lundquist says in a statement. "We had a great time working with some uber-talented creatives in Darren Rust, who put together this funky arrangement, and Landon Donoho and Kristin Denehy, who helped us accompany the sound with a great video. We hope everyone enjoys it."

The five-man group has already garnered more than 47 million YouTube views thanks to their other music videos, including one for their cover of the Oak Ridge Boys' "Elvira" and one for their version of "Honey, I'm Good." But Home Free insist that they are just getting started.

“As as long as we feel like our peak is yet to be found, as long as we still feel like we’re rising, we’re all in it together,” band member Austin Brown tells The Boot. “We just want to make this as successful as we can … and we want to see how far we can go.”

Home Free will embark on a holiday tour on Dec. 1, before launching a new tour, which will take them to England, Scotland and Ireland, in January. A list of all of their upcoming shows is available on their website.

Purchase Country Evolution on iTunes.

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