Home Free Puts A Cappella Spin on 'Man of Constant Sorrow': Video Premiere


Home Free has seen troubles all their days of their poignant cowl of the Grammy-winning tune "Man of Constant Sorrow." Billboard has the unique premiere for the brand new music video, launched Friday (Sept. 28).

The tune, famously heard in the 2000 film O Brother, Where Art Thou? is given a extra stripped-down taste by the quintet. The rustic and warm-toned video, that includes surroundings and costumes that appear to be they might be straight out of the film, was filmed in Fairhope, Alabama, aligning completely with Home Free's Southern roots.

“We’ve taken this tune all world wide this previous 12 months on tour,” baritone Adam Chance tells Billboard of the quilt. “It was inspiring to have the ability to carry it again residence to Alabama, and actually dig deep into the guts of it for our video.”

Tenor Rob Lundquist provides: “I’ve misplaced depend what number of instances I’ve seen O Brother, Where Art Thou? It positively put this traditional tune on the map for lots of people, and we certain hope we’ve honored it!”

Country's solely all-vocal band is at the moment within the midst of their Timeless World Tour, and gearing as much as kick off their A Country Christmas Tour. Watch the quilt under of "Man of Constant Sorrow," featured on their newest album Timeless