All-vocal Country entertainers, Home Free, who have made their mark on the music scene, racking up nearly 600,000 album equivalents globally; embarking on major international tours; amassing 600+ million views and over 1.67 million Subscribers on YouTube, will be returning to the UK to play 3 headline shows this month.
The group most recently released the video for ‘Remember My Name‘ from their 2022 full-length record, So Long Dixie. The latest project follows the acclaimed group’s Dive Bar Saints album, which arrived at #2 on the Billboard Country Album Sales chart. Home Free’s extensive catalogue spotlights six Top 10 albums, including Timeless, Full Of (Even More) Cheer, Full Of Cheer, Country Evolution, and their breakout debut Crazy Life (2014).
The long-awaited return to life on the road after time away from live performing inspired band members Tim Foust and Austin Brown to write new music, and the group found the perfect opportunity to do something different while still holding true to their unique style on So Long Dixie. The album is their first in which all of the original songs were crafted by members of the group, and which incorporates the use of some instruments of a couple of the songs.
Home Free took to the stage in July at the Ubisoft Forward 2023 conference in Los Angeles to perform their new original song, ‘Skull and Bones’, out now and due to feature in the forthcoming video game of the same name. Against a backdrop of cinematic clips previewing the swashbuckling game for an invited audience, and the hundreds of thousands of fans tuned in via the live stream, the band performed the song for the first time – available to view here – while simultaneously sharing a lyric video on their YouTube and making the track available to stream/download worldwide.
With praise rolling in from the likes of Billboard, Rolling Stone, FOX & Friends and American Songwriter, the extraordinary showmen have continued to build a loyal fanbase with their harmony-laden versions of hits by John Mayer, Blake Shelton, Keith Urban, Maren Morris, the Oak Ridge Boys, and more.
Full 2023 UK & European dates below – tickets on sale now:
September 13th – Berlin, Columbia Theater
September 15th – Copenhagen, DR Koncerhuset
September 16th – Gothenburg, Concerthouse
September 17th – Oslo, Oslo Spektrum
September 18th – Stockholm, Cirkus Arena
September 19th – Malmö, Slagthusets Teater
September 20th – Hamburg, Fabrik
September 22nd – Vienna, Arena
September 23rd – Munich, Muffathalle
September 24th – Zurich, Volkhaus
September 26th – Cologne, Kantine
September 27th – Utrecht, TivoliVredenburg – Ronda
September 29th – Birmingham, O2 Academy
September 30th – Manchester, RNCM Theatre
October 1st – London, O2 Forum Kentish Town