If you like superstar Justin Timberlake’s version of “Can’t Stop The Feeling” you’re gonna love Home Free’s cover of his chart-topping smash.
The five-man a capella group from Minnesota, who took home the top prize on Season 4 of NBC’s The Sing-Off, has taken the music industry by storm with their all-vocal video cover of Justin’s hit, “Can’t Stop The Feeling.” That means no instruments were used in the making of their version, strictly vocal talent!
The band, started by brothers Chris and Adam Rupp, has released two previous albums, Crazy Life and Full of Cheer, and amassed over 75 million YouTube views of their videos. The release of their third album, Country Evolution, highlights the band’s vocal range and impressive harmonies.
The feel good video was shot in Prior Lake, Minn. during a recent recording session. Just in time for summer.
Check out Home Free’s catchy version of the song and see Justin’s version below:
The original version of the song, co-written by Justin Timberlake, Max Martin and Shellback, is included in the upcoming DreamWorks’ feature film “Trolls” scheduled to be released this November.
Catch Home Free on the road this summer at their upcoming tour dates:
July 29 / Redding, Calif. / The Cascade Theatre
July 30 / Sweet Home, Ore. / Oregon Jamboree
Aug. 6 / Corvalis, Ore. / Benton County Fair
Aug. 10 / Pittsfield, Pa. / Warren Country Fair
Aug. 15-16 / Des Moines, Iowa / Iowa State Fair
Aug. 17 / Morrison, Ill. / Whiteside County Fair
Aug. 20 / Ninilchik, Alaska / Kenai Peninsula Fair
Aug. 24 / Fairbanks, Alaska / Hering Auditorium
Aug. 25 / Palmer, Alaska / Mainstage at Alaska State Fair
Aug. 31 / Marshfield, Wis. / Central Wisconsin State Fair
Sept. 1 / Bayfield, Wis. / Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua
Sept. 29 / Kansas City, Mo. / Starlight Theatre *
Oct. 15 / Suquamish, Wash. / Clearwater Casino
Nov. 11 / Warren, Ohio / Packard Music Hall
Nov. 12 / Greensburg, Pa. / The Palace Theatre
Nov. 20 / Toms River, N.J. / Home Free’s Holiday Show
Dec. 8 / Conway, Ark. / Reynolds Hall
Dec. 15 / Carmel, Ind. / The Palladium at The Center for the Performing Arts
* Opening for Alabama
photo by Neil van Niekerk