Home Free’s ‘Crazy Life’ Enters The Boot’s Video Shootout Hall of Fame
The cute, Lego-filled clip was released by the quintet in mid-May, and the group says that it "turned out better than we could have possibly dreamed."
"It really is such a good time," says Home Free member Austin Brown. "We had a lot of fun with this song and the Brotherhood Workshop’s interpretation of our miniature, Lego-selves.”
"Crazy Life" began its Video Shootout run in late June, defeating Easton Corbin‘s “Baby Be My Love Song” and RaeLynn‘s “For a Boy” music videos in its first week and Meghan Linsey‘s “Change My Mind” and Drake White‘s “It Feels Good” clips during its second week.
In Week 3, Home Free earned the Video Shootout victory against videos from two of country music's leading men: Keith Urban and Jason Aldean, and to complete their Shootout run and enter the Hall of Fame, they defeated two country ladies: Miranda Lambert and Laura Bell Bundy.
"Crazy Life" is Home Free's second music video to enter the Video Shootout Hall of Fame. In May, their "What We Ain't Got" clip made its way into the Hall of Fame.