The music video for Kane Brown's latest song, "Homesick," delivers all of the feels. The clip features U.S. military personnel returning home to their family members after deployment, surprising parents, children, siblings and spouses in emotional reunions; readers can press play above to watch the heartwarming moments.

"This video is dedicated to the brave men and women of the United States Armed Forces," the opening caption for the video reads. "Thank you, California National Guard, and to those who submitted their personal videos."

The authentic video footage of returning soldiers is interspersed with shots of Brown performing for a small group of military personnel in a hangar on base, an Army Blackhawk helicopter behind him. Brown and members of the California National Guard sway to the gentle rhythm of his beautiful song, filled with longing for the loved ones at home.

One of the last clips featured in "Homesick" comes from when Notre Dame basketball player Matt Farrell was surprised by his brother returning early from Afghanistan. The two siblings reunited on the court in 2016.

"Homesick" is a glimpse of Brown's upcoming second studio album, Experiment, which is set for release on Nov. 9. The album's first single, "Lose It," is already at radio, and Brown has also already released another of the new tracks, "Weekend."

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