Country music’s only all-vocal band, Home Free, just dropped the official music video for their latest single, “Catch Me If You Can,” and fans can see the premiere right here in this Country Now exclusive.
In the creative clip, fans get to watch as the video’s lead character goes on an epic scavenger hunt to find his significant other. The video, filmed just outside of Las Vegas, shows the male lead searching for clues that are strategically placed throughout his home.
He first finds a note twisted inside a wine bottle, which eventually takes him to a dresser drawer, where he finds a picture of a diving board. When he makes his way to the diving board, he sees the word “bar” written out beneath the water. The hint drives the man to ride off on his motorcycle to meet up with his special someone at The Springwater Supper Club & Lounge.
Aside from the clever narrative, footage of Home Free members, Austin Brown, Rob Lundquist, Adam Rupp, Tim Foust, and Adam Chance, performing the song amid a picturesque background of desert and rock formations is also interspersed throughout the video.
Fans who pay extra close attention to the clip might even spot some references to past Home Free videos. For example, both the lead characters and the location of the end scene appear in the group’s video for “Dive Bar Saints.” The Springwater Supper Club & Lounge is also where Home Free completed their album photo shoot. Lastly, the polaroid shown near the beginning of the “Catch Me If You Can” visual is also found in Home Free’s accompanying video for “Remember This.” Be sure to watch the clip to see if you can pick up on all of the “easter eggs!.”
Soon, Home Free will release their fifth studio album, Dive Bar Saints via its own Home Free Records. The ambitious upcoming project, due out July 26, features a dozen tracks, ten of which are originals. The quintet will also hit the road this fall for their Dive Bar Saints World Tour, which will visit the U.S. as well as 14 other countries. The U.S. portion of the massive trek begins Sept. 18 in Fresno, California at the Saroyan Theatre and ends Nov. 10 at the Town Hall in New York, New York. Additional dates will be announced soon.