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Backstreet Boys Spend Quality Time With Their Families in Sentimental 'No Place' Video

Backstreet Boys, "No Place"
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Backstreet Boys, "No Place"

Backstreet Boys just dropped a music video for their new track "No Place" on Friday (Jan. 4).

The visual centers around the importance of family, as the group is shown playing with their children and spending time with their wives. With many sweet moments, including Kevin Richardson roasting marshmallows with his kids, Howie Dorough pushing his kids on the swing, AJ McLean dancing around with his daughters, Nick Carter reading to his son, and Brian Littrell cooking with his wife and son while they all sing along.

The lyric "There ain't no place, ain't no place like you" repeats in the chorus, explaining that despite all the cities and sights Backstreet Boys have visited across the globe, nothing compares to being with the ones they love.

The single is from their upcoming album DNA. It is the pop group's 10th studio album and will be released on Jan. 25. 

Backstreet Boys were recently nominated for a Grammy for best pop duo/group performance for their song "Don't Go Breaking My Heart."

Check out the music video below:

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