Deaf Campers Perform Phillip Phillips’ ‘Home’ in Inspiring New Video

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A still from the video.

The deaf teens of Camp Mark Seven’s Deaf Film Camp bring home the meaning of love and acceptance in their much anticipated summer 2015 American Sign Language (ASL) music video, released exclusively to PEOPLE.

After last year’s rendition of Pharrell’s “Happy” garnered 1.4 million YouTube hits, the five-dozen kids who attended camp this summer showcase their latest heartwarming video (with the help of a squad of translators and camp counselors) set to Phillip Phillips’ 2012 hit, “Home.”

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