Country a cappella group Home Free know how to have a good time, and in their newest music video, for their cover of Garth Brooks' "Friends in Low Places," they get sandy, kiss stingrays and party on the beach.

The group, comprised of Austin Brown (high tenor), Tim Foust (bass), Rob Lundquist (tenor), Adam Rupp (vocal percussion / beat boxer) and Chris Rupp (baritone), filmed this video at a gorgeous beach location, and, boy, does it give us all of the summertime feels. You can practically taste the saltwater and feel the sand between your toes!

Not only are Home Free fun to watch, they're amazing to hear -- and they pull out all the stops for this Brooks classic. Foust takes on lead vocals for this tune, showing off his incredible range and super-smooth tone.

"We had so much fun making this video," he reflects.

This video will be one of the last that Chris Rupp is in, as he recently announced his departure from the group that he and his brother Adam co-founded in the early 2000s. After his last show on May 8 in St. Cloud, Minn., Adam Chance will join Home Free in his place.

Since their win on NBC's The Sing-Off, Home Free have sold more than 150,000 albums and amassed over 69 million YouTube views -- and it's not hard to see (or hear) why: The guys have a whole lot of fun, dish out on-point vocals and are incredibly easy on the ears. It's hard to believe they're singing a cappella when you hear them.

Home Free are currently on their 2016 Don't It Feel Good Tour. The trek kicked off on Feb. 10 and is scheduled to run through early May. For more information on Home Free, visit; their newest record, Country Evolution, is available on iTunes.

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