The Backstreet Boys' new music video for "No Place" is a beautiful and fitting direction for the group, as they move into a more adult phase of their careers. When the band formed, they were literally "boys" and now have truly become "men" — with children of their own. Watch the video above on YouTube.
Original members AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, and Brian Littrell lift the song with their impressive vocal skills, demonstrating why they have achieved worldwide success to become one of the most popular groups of all time. Gentle guitar and piano give "No Place" a warm and easy vibe.
The accompanying music video shows the members spending quality time with family, driving home the importance and comfort of personal relationships. While some may say that love songs are overdone, this puts a fresh new spin on what a love song can be.
The song will be on the album DNA, scheduled for release on January 25. Pick it up on Amazon.
The group will be performing a Las Vegas residency beginning in February before heading out on a world tour in May. For concert tickets and more, check out the Backstreet Boys Zumic artist page.