Home Free has released a dazzling new video for their original tune “When You Walk In” featuring celebrated dancer Brittany Cherry.
Shining a spotlight on the simple moments that can take your breath away, the video features high tenor Austin Brown trading steps with Cherry. A top contestant on FOX’s So You Think You Can Dance and featured professional partner on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars, she’s also starred in Ed Sheeran’s video for his smash “Thinking Out Loud.”
“When we first recorded ‘When You Walk In’ I fell in love with it. As we started performing it live, a vision kept recurring in my head. There was this beautiful dancer commanding the song’s constant perspective: a marvelous, strong woman who stuns every time she graces a room,” says Brown. “Watching it come to life, almost a year later, has been absolutely incredible. Getting to work with Brittany was such a dream. She is an artist’s artist to say the least, and she far exceeded my initial vision in what we were able to create. Her talent is seriously out-of-this-world and she really shines in this video.”
Watch Home Free’s enchanting “When You Walk In” featuring Brittany Cherry here.
Earlier this year, the group welcomed Cherry as a surprise guest during their sold-out headlining Ryman Auditorium debut, bringing the song to life with “beautiful ballet choreography” (Sounds Like Nashville) for a special one-night-only moment.
The swooning track was written by Arlis Albritton (Luke Bryan’s “Too Damn Young”), Chris Biano, and The Voice contestant Brandon Chase. It’s featured on Home Free’s latest release TIMELESS, which debuted at #2 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Other fan-favorite originals from TIMELESS include “It Looks Good,” “Good Ol’ Boy Good Time,” and the spirited title track.
Next up for the wildly popular quintet is a return to the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville (7/10) and stops throughout the Northeast as their TIMELESS WORLD TOUR rolls on. They also recently announced a 17-date European leg, kicking off August 30 in Oslo, Norway and continuing through more than a dozen countries.