Hot, new All In/Elektra Nashville/New Revolution country act, The Farm, is burning up at radio with their debut single, “Home Sweet Home,” off their forthcoming album. The single, which is currently charting at No. 46 on Mediabase, has made impressive gains with over 50+ adds across the country, including Philadelphia’s WXTU, Minneapolis’ KEEY, Kansas City’s KFKF, Portland’s KUPL and KWJJ, Seattle’s KKWF and KMPS, Detroit’s WYCD, Pittsburgh‘s WDSY and San Bernardino’s KFRG.

Taste of Country raves in their 4.5 star single review, “The Farm has found a song one can hear, taste, touch and smell. ‘Home Sweet Home’ might be the most refreshing song from a country group since 2005. If [the band] consistently work at this level, they’ll be stars.”

The band – which consists of members Nick Hoffman (vocals, fiddle), Damien Horne (vocals, keyboard, guitar) and Krista Marie (vocals, guitar) – is also gearing up to perform in Philadelphia’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Thursday morning at approximately 9:30am EST. Fans can view the performance live online here. Nick explains, “Performing in Philadelphia’s Thanksgiving Day parade is exciting for Damien, Krista and me for many reasons. The parade is an event full of tradition, so it’s an honor for the city to include us in that tradition. It’s also a great way for us to share ‘Home Sweet Home’ with a huge TV audience that might not otherwise hear our music. Plus, we get to hang out with our friends from WXTU!”

The Farm is a trio deeply rooted in Country Music with their core built around a solid, identifiable vocal harmony. Originating after an impromptu songwriting session, this electrifying hybrid act displays an undeniable sweet, musical charm. Farmer Nick Hoffman co-produced the band’s forthcoming debut album which will be released next year.

Earlier this year, we got the opportunity to catch up with Nick.  Check out our interview with him by clicking HERE.

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