Keith Urban has released the music video for "Come Back to Me." The song is from his 2013 No. 1 Fuse album, and the clip is a thank you to his fans.

“I wanna say a massive thank you to all of you that made Fuse the most extraordinary ride,” Urban says. “As we toured around the last couple years, you guys always asked if we’d ever shoot a video for "Come Back to Me," and well, we did, and here it is ... and it’s all yours!!!"

The video shows Urban in a warehouse, singing lines like, "I wouldn't want you to miss a thing / I wouldn't wake you from any dream you've ever had / So go on and go unroll every map / If you gotta leave, you gotta know / I love you enough to let you go / If there's greener grass / Hey, I wanna hold you / I don't want to hold you back," while images flash on large screens all around him.

The song, written by Brandy Clark, Shane McAnally and Trevor Rosen, has clearly been a fan favorite, but it doesn't look like the New Zealand-born singer plans on releasing it to radio. He has already released six singles from Fuse, including his recent No. 1, "Raise 'Em Up," with Eric Church, but is now focusing on a new set of tunes.

“I’m sort of doing the preliminary work of figuring out what the next record is," Urban says. "It’s reaching out and talking with people about working with them in the studio, different writers. It’s just lots of ideas and tinkering right now.”

Urban just wrapped up his time serving as a judge on this season of American Idol, and he will return for the show's final season next year. He will spend much of his summer on the road, including performances at the Taste of Country Music Festival on June 12, at the CMA Music Festival on June 14 and at Country Jam on June 19. Find a complete list of all of his shows on his website.

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