Backstreet Boys' first new single in 5 years

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Backstreet's back, alright - the Backstreet Boys have dropped a new high-energy single 'Don't Go Breaking My Heart', along with a music video.

Marking their 25th anniversary, the band have unveiled the single and its official video directed by longtime BSB collaborators Rich + Tone. "I geeked out over the piano and synths. Don't Go Breaking My Heart", McLean tweeted on Thursday.

The song is called "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" and no, it's not a cover of Elton John's duet with Kiki Dee. just so you know.

The group recorded the song after the first leg of their successful Las Vegas residency, which picks back up July 25.

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The single was written by Stephen Wrabel (Ellie Goulding) and produced by Stuart Crichton (Kesha) and Jamie Hartman (James Bay). "It feels like we're just getting started".

The new song is accompanied with a music video showing the aged Backstreet Boys dance like 20 years ago. The Backstreet Boys have sold over 100 million records worldwide.

He also revealed that the 90s heartthrobs have also taken inspiration from the EDM world for the new record, collaborating with some of the genre's top artists.

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