Backstreet Boys give a glimpse into their home life in their new video, “No Place.” The three-minute clip for their latest single stars their wives and children as each member enjoys a much deserved day home.
“There ain’t no place like home with my wife and kids in Florida!” Howie Dorough captions a clip on Instagram where he, his wife and their two sons are seen spending some quality time on the swings in their backyard.
“My girls are my world. Happy to share what home looks like to me with @backstreetboys,” AJ McLean shares on Instagram. In the video he is shown in his kitchen with his wife and dancing in the living room with his two young daughters.
Meanwhile, Nick Carter and Kevin Richardson embrace the outdoors with their respective families. Nick enjoys some pool time with his son while Kevin toasts marshmallows with his two sons and wife in a fire pit in their backyard. Cameras highlight Brian Littrell’s skills in the kitchen and on the basketball court as he’s shown cooking and shooting some hoops with his wife and son.
“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.”
Backstreet Boys will release their 10th studio album, DNA, on Jan. 25.