Deaf Campers Perform Sign Language Rendition of Phillip Phillips’ ‘Home’ (Video)

Deaf Film Camp previously covered Pharrell’s 2014 hit “Happy”

The camp behind last year’s viral American sign language (ASL) cover of Pharrell’s “Happy” has struck again with a video for Phillip Phillips’ “Home.”

The campers and staff from the Deaf Film Camp at Camp Mark Seven put together an ASL music video of the 2012 hit by the “American Idol” winner.

Produced, shot and edited by the campers, and featuring shots of the young aspiring filmmakers adjusting to their new surroundings, the video reflects the campers’ experience at the two-week camp.

“The video’s shots of actors on stage, artists in action and filmmakers in training highlight the emotional connection that our campers have made with each other,” reads the video’s description.

The camp’s 2014 ASL version of “Happy” went viral last year, when Pharrell tweeted about the video to his followers, garnering the video more than 1.4 million views on YouTube and widespread attention from the media.

Watch the video.