Home Free have released a music video for their original song "Good Ol' Country Harmony."

"Good Ol' Country Harmony" was penned by the band's bass singer, Tim Foust, and was produced by Darren Rust. The tune is featured on Home Free's latest album, Country Evolution, and name-checks country groups known for their harmonies, such as Alabama, the Oak Ridge Boys and the Statler Brothers.

""Good Ol' Country Harmony" was an idea that was bouncing around in my head for a while, and we fleshed it out while working on our album," Foust says in a press release. "This was actually the first time I had a demo recorded, complete with instruments, and then translated to a cappella. We're thrilled with the results and love giving a nod to those iconic country vocal groups."

The "Good Ol' Country Harmony" music video opens with Home Free singing in a barn. But then, a group of teenagers is introduced -- humorous younger versions of the country a cappella group's members. One of them sees a poster for a talent show and enthusiastically starts to recruit the others to enter as a group ... and, well, readers can watch the video above to learn the rest of the story.

"Good Ol' Country Harmony" and the rest of Country Evolution is available for downlad via iTunes.