The video was also shot around Overstreet's childhood home in Kingston Springs, about a half-hour outside Nashville, and features a few of his childhood friends and his sister Harmony. Overstreet's father, Paul Overstreet, is a two-time Grammy-winning songwriter and the recipient of five BMI Songwriter of the Year awards.
"Being able to film my first music video at the home that I grew up in was very special," Overstreet tells Billboard.
Overstreet left Nashville in 2007 when he graduated high school to pursue a career in singing and acting. After Glee ended in 2015, Overstreet became the first artist to sign with Demi Lovato, Nick Jonas and Phil McIntyre's Safehouse Records, a joint venture with Island Records. "Homeland" is the first single from a forthcoming EP.
Watch the new "Homeland" video here: