Backstreet Boys release new single and video

Backstreet Boys release new single and video

Backstreet Boys release new single and video

The group celebrated their 25th-anniversary last month.

"We've been working our a** off for 25 years", McLean said in a statement, "and with the support of RCA and our contemporaries, we know we'll be performing for fans, both old and new, for a really long time". "I geeked out over the piano and synths. Just makes you wanna listen over and over again".

The Backstreet Boys
The Backstreet Boys

The music video featuring the members with their timeless dance moves was released on Thursday. They will likely be adding the new single to the setlist of their Larger Than Life show in Las Vegas when it resumes this July.

The video was directed by their collaborators Rich + Tone and was produced by Jamie Hartman and Stuart Crichton.

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Their upcoming album is set to be released later this year. "It feels like we're just getting started".

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Howie explained that ideas of a straight-up country record were dismissed earlier this year, but they are open to embracing the genre in the future. But, as we all enjoy saying every few years: Backstreet's Back.

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