Pop band the Backstreet Boys are gearing up to release their 10th studio album, DNA, on Jan 25 and have already released the third single "No Place." Today, Jan. 4, they have released a heartfelt music video for the offering written by Brett James, Joshua Miller and Troy Verges.
Over 20 years later, the group is still touching our hearts with sentimental lyrics and videos and "No Place" is no different. The video sees the group spending time with their wives and children in various settings—at home playing pool and cooking, enjoying glasses of wine and sunsets, reading books and playing in the water.
Though the boys have been all around the world and have played for millions upon millions of fans, Rome, Paris and any other location in the world doesn't compare to being at home with loved ones. At this point in their careers, they have the opportunity to enjoy the best of both worlds but there's no place like home.
"No Place" follows "Chances" and the uptempo lead single "Don't Go Breaking My Heart"—the band's first Hot 100 charting since 2007's "Inconsolable" and the highest charting since 2005's "Incomplete." The lead single also has received a Grammy nomination for "Best Pop/Duo Group."