Home Free fans, you've done it again! The country a cappella group's "Good Ol' Country Harmony" music video is their third clip to earn a spot in the Video Shootout Hall of Fame.

"Good Ol' Country Harmony" began its Video Shootout run by earning more votes than videos from High Valley (“Make You Mine”) and Kane Brown (“Used to Love You Sober”) at the very beginning of May. In Week No. 2, Home Free defeated Josh Kelley (“It’s Your Move”) and Loretta Lynn and Willie Nelson (“Lay Me Down”).

“”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,” Home Free's Tim Foust says. “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.”

Home Free's fans kept the voting going for "Good Ol' Country Harmony" for a third week, racking up 88 percent of votes against Jana Kramer‘s “Said No One Ever” and Kenny Chesney‘s “Noise.” The final victory came versus Brandy Clark (“Girl Next Door”) and Martina McBride(“Reckless”).

In July of 2015, Home Free's "Crazy Life" music video landed in the Hall of Fame; in May of 2015, the clip for their cover of Jake Owen's "What We Ain't Got" earned a spot in the HoF.