Jana Kramer just released the captivating new video for her new single, 'Love,' from her upcoming sophomore album.

While the songstress sings about romantic love in the tune, with lines like "I still believe in miracles / I still believe in wedding rings and Bibles / I still believe the best walk you'll ever take is / Walking down the aisle," she also includes another kind of love in the video for the song.

Kramer filmed the video in a poor village, El Progreso, in Honduras, and a neighboring village, Olivos. Throughout the video, the 30-year-old can be seen interacting with both children and adults in the impoverished small town, where love really does seem to transcend their humble surroundings.

“Meeting the amazing children in the Olivos village and experiencing their culture was a life changing experience for me,” she says. “They really understand what love means. I was moved to tears many times during the shoot. It was such a beautiful day, filled with love, that I will never forget.”

Kramer, whose engagement to Brantley Gilbert ended last August, says she won't include some of her personal disappointments in the upcoming set of tunes.

“There are definite things that have happened in my life that I’m holding off on a little bit,” she acknowledges to Radio.com. “There is a time and it’s now not the time to go into things. With albums you start and you build your way up with life. The second album is going to be about where I am at now and maybe the third album is where I’m going to reflect on some stuff that’s happened in the past in a more darker way.”

Love seems to be a recurring theme in Kramer's life. The singer and actress taped an eight-episode series, 'Love to Love' for AT&T U-verse, which covered her life on and off the road while she toured the country on the Country Deep Tour. View those episodes here.

There's no word yet when Kramer's sophomore album will be released. Download 'Love' here.