Country music star Kane Brown has produced a wonderful new music video for his track, “Homesick.”
Brown, who is known for songs “Heaven” and “Found You,” is also a staunch advocate for the US military, and has paid tribute to them with his latest release. The stunning visual shows the beautiful moments of relief and euphoria as families are reunited with their loved ones after they’ve been serving overseas.
“Homesick” is the first track released from his latest album Experiment, which is due to be released in November.
Between the clips of service personnel returning home to the families, Brown is seen performing in front of a helicopter in hangar and hanging out with a group of California Army National Guard members. One of the emotional moments that features in the video was between a Notre Dame basketball player and his older brother, who had just returned from duty in Afghanistan.
The stunning moment showed college student Matt Farrell break down in tears when his older brother surprised him while by showing up on the court.
WATCH:An unreal moment between two brothers.
Matt Farrell thought his brother was coming home from Afghanistan in February… he was wrong. pic.twitter.com/kp8GVik7Si
— Notre Dame MBB (@NDmbb) December 20, 2016
“I definitely cried a little bit!” one person tweeted in response to the video release. “This really hit home for me.. my father was in the army for many years!”
“You outdid yourself Kane!!!” another added. “This video is amazing! Just when I thought I couldn’t be a bigger fan! KEEP SHINING!”
One army wife commented on Kane’s Instagram: “So in love with this song & video. My hubby is Ranger/Airborne in the Army. Two tours, about to do a third. So I thank God for people like YOU, who show your true appreciation for their dedication.”
It’s great to see musicians honoring men and women for their sacrifice and service!