“That’s a song that we were inspired by our families and children to make,” said Kevin Richardson, one of the band’s five members, who’s seen dancing in a field with wife Kristin. “I’ve been all around the world, done all there is to do, but there’s no place like home.”
Along with the Richardsons, the “No Place” video features the families of the other four members. Nick Carter swims with his two-year-old son Odin, Howie Dorough plays in the backyard with wife Leigh and their two sons, Brian Littrell shoots hoops with 16-year-old Baylee, and A.J. McLean helps his two little girls do ballet.
The music video concludes with McLean asking one of his daughters, “Did you like that song?” She responds by grabbing his hand and saying, “Again. Again. Again.”
Fans are loving the quintet’s more mature vibe in their latest release. “I think there is something special about seeing them age, grow, and start families,” commented one user. Another said, “This is my favorite music video of them because of how personal it is. In a way, they make us feel like we are also a part of their family.”
Backstreet Boys’ tenth studio album, DNA, is set to be released January 25 and is currently available for pre-order. It will include “No Place,” along with the two other already-revealed singles, “Chances” and “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart.” The pop group will also kick off their DNA World Tour in Lisbon, Portugal in May.