They may have been at the top of their game during the late 1990s and into the early 2000s, but the Backstreet Boys are still as popular as ever.
In just a few weeks, AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, and Brian Littrell will be releasing their tenth studio album, and with each of their recent singles, they remind us why they're still the best-selling boy band of all time.
The Backstreet Boys had their first Billboard chart hit in 11 years with the release of their upcoming album's debut single, "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" last spring. The band even received a Grammy nomination for the song, making it their first since 2002.
They also had their longtime fans going wild when they announced the 2019 DNA World Tour in support of the record. However, nothing had the fans talking more than the music video for the band's brand new track, "No Place."
The heartfelt ballad touches on what it feels like for the band members to be separated from their families while on tour, and the happiness they experience every time they come home to their loved ones.
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 third single is accompanied by a sentimental music video that gives us a glimpse into the home lives of the singers. Seeing them with their spouses and children will warm your heart and make you want to hug your family members.
Just like your average doting family man, Nick is seen reading to his son, Howie is having a meal with his family, AJ is playing with his children, Kevin is enjoying time outdoors with his family, and Brian plays basketball with his wife and son, an aspiring country music artist.
You can watch the sweet moments unfold in the "No Place" music video below:
The Backstreet Boys' latest album, DNA, will be released on January 25.