As promised, Backstreet is finally back! On Thursday, the Backstreet Boys released their first new single in five years, 鈥淒on鈥檛 Go Breaking My Heart,鈥 along with a music video that will give you major late-鈥90s nostalgia.

The video is as futuristic-looking as the synth-laden song, produced by Jamie Hartman and Stuart Crichton, sounds 鈥 but the choreography is classic BSB. We get slow-mo silhouettes, synchronized hand gestures, and even a classic shoulder shimmy.

In that way, the video is reminiscent of some of the more classic clips from the group鈥檚 oeuvre, including the iconic 鈥淚 Want It That Way.鈥 Recently, Nick Carter admitted that the group never liked the 1999 video, because they felt like 鈥渋t wasn鈥檛 the greatest music video.鈥 Let鈥檚 hope they look back on 鈥淒on鈥檛 Go Breaking My Heart鈥 more fondly.

Three weeks ago, BSB teased fans with a snippet of the new single on social media, showing group member Kevin Richardson playing what we now know as the song鈥檚 opening notes on piano. It鈥檚 an exciting return for the group: While they haven鈥檛 disappeared from the public eye, this song marks the first new music from the group since their 2013 album In a World Like This, which was the first to feature all five original members 鈥 Richardson, Nick Carter, A.J. McLean, Brian Littrell, and Howie Dorough 鈥 since 2006.

So far, no word on a full-length follow up has been released, but you know we鈥檒l be keeping our eyes peeled.

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