Rising country music star Kane Brown has produced some of the most popular songs on the radio today. His recent hits, “Heaven” and “Weekend,” made his fans crazy over him. Even though his music is more on the contemporary country, Brown exudes messages that tug at the heartstrings through his songs.
For his brand new video, this popular country music artist shared one of the most bittersweet sides of a military family. Living in a family where a member serves the country, it is but heartbreaking to see him or her go. And, what true joy it is if you see him/her back home.
“Homecoming:” Kane Brown’s Song for Our Soldiers
Entitled “Homecoming,” Kane Brown’s song deals with the reunification of the families with their military family members. It is a tear-jerking performance that everyone who watches it would definitely be moved in tears.
Furthermore, Brown himself has been very vocal about his support of our country’s military. Often, he expresses his gratitude for servicemen and women. In a truly beautiful music video, he displayed on that promise. He showed a vast collection of beautiful reunion videos and a dedication to the men and women of the armed forces.
His video, “Homesick,” is one of the first of his forthcoming record Experiment which will debut later this fall in early November.
Submitted videos include never-before-seen heart-wrenching moments and even some that have gained national media attention. Among the latter is a story about a Notre Dame basketball player who was surprised on-court by his brother’s return and they broke down in tears as he raced across the court to hug him.
As the role of film clips play at various parts of the video, Brown is filmed in front of a helicopter in a hangar with a group of California Army National Guard members surrounding him and his band watching him sing this heartfelt new song.
Watch Kane Brown’s “Homesick” music video created as a tribute to our unsung heroes:
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