It’s been 20 years since the Backstreet Boys melted our hearts and now they’re back doing it all over again.The boy band stopped by “Good Morning American” on Friday (Jan. 25) to promote their newly released album, DNA and perform the track, “No Place,” a song that gives a glimpse into their home life.
“That song is just a tribute to the five amazing women that hold it down for us,” Kevin Richardson said choking back tears. “Our amazing wives that allow us to travel the world and do what we love and provide for our families. So that was a tribute the them on this album.”
“I’ve been all around the world / Done all there is to do / But you’ll always be the home I wanna come home to / You’re a wild night with a hell of a view / There ain’t no place, ain’t no place like you,” the group sings on the chorus.
“No Place” was written by country hitmakers Brett James (Carrie Underwood’s “Love Wins,” “Jesus Take the Wheel”), Joshua Miller (Florida Georgia Line’s “Meant To Be”) and Troy Verges (Hunter Hayes’ “Wanted,” “I Want Crazy”). It follows Backstreet Boys’ previous singles, “Chances” and their Grammy-nominated hit “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart.”
The guys are wrapping up their residency in Las Vegas and gearing up for their headlining DNA tour, kicking off July 12 in Washington, D.C.