Home Free: “The Driver” Music Review

Released on their album Sounds of Lockdown, country music all-vocal band Home Free brings out their talent with “The Driver.” Austin Brown, Rob Lundquist, Adam Rupp, Tim Foust, and Adam Chance are known for their covers of various country and pop songs, but now they are bringing us an original song with a music video directed by Jimmy Bates and Josh Adams.

I enjoyed this song a great deal. It really captures the spirit of the working men and women, paying tribute to them. As for the singers themselves, they blend very well and truly bring out their talent as an all vocal band. The group of five definitely leans into their strengths as this song demonstrates. Even the music works well with them. It shows an artist, a pair of construction workers, and a truck driver living their life, working their jobs, and it helps bring the song to fruition.

Check out the trailer below:

“If you know anything about us, you know that we love storytelling. In our video for The Driver, we interweave three stories – one of a truck driver, one of a construction worker, and one of an artist. And three of us split the lead on the song as well. Let us know if any of these stories touched you in the comments,” they said in the description in the video.

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