Kane Brown Honors Military Families in Emotional 'Homesick' Video

Warning: This music video will make you cry.

On a personal level, Kane Brown's latest single, "Homesick," is a song about missing his fiancee Katelyn Jae while he's on the road, but there's a deeper, more universal meaning that the rising country star profoundly portrays in the track's music video.

The 24-year-old had the opportunity to perform for the California Army National Guard, and spliced footage from that with fan-submitted videos of military members surprising their loved ones upon returning home from service.

From a father emotionally meeting his infant child for the first time after serving overseas to a basketball player moved to tears when he sees his soldier brother standing courtside, the clips are truly moving and will probably make you feel a little verklempt. It definitely had that effect on us.

Watch Kane Brown's powerful "Homesick" video below. 

Brown co-wrote "Homesick" with Matt McGinn, Taylor Phillips and Brock Berryhill. It will be featured on his sophomore album Experiment, along with the previously released singles "Lose It" and "Weekend." The album is slated for a November 9 release.

Early next year, the country crooner embarks on his first ever headlining arena tour with full tour support from Granger Smith, and RaelynnDanielle Bradbery and Jimmie Allen playing select dates.

Check out a full list of tour dates below.

Kane Brown: Live Forever Tour Dates

Jan. 10     Duluth, Ga. – Infinite Energy Arena

Jan. 11     Pensacola, Fla. –  Pensacola Bay Center

Jan. 12     Columbus, Ga. – Columbus Civic Center

Jan. 17     Independence, Mo.- Silverstein Eye Centers Arena

Jan 18      Southaven, Miss. – Landers Arena

Jan. 19      Norman, Okla. – Lloyd Noble Center

Jan. 24      Huntsville, Ala. –  Von Braun Arena

Jan. 25      Columbia, S.C.- Colonial Life Arena

Jan. 26      Orlando, Fla. – Amway Center

Jan. 31      Roanoke, Va. –  Berglund Center

Feb. 1       Corbin, Ky. – The Arena

Feb. 15      Rockford, Ill. – BMO Harris Arena

Feb. 16      Brookings, S.D. – Swiftel Center

Feb. 17      Grand Forks, N.D. –  Ralph Engelstad Aren

aFeb. 21      Manchester, N.H. –   SNHU Arena

Feb. 22      Wallingford, Conn. –  Oakdale Theatre

Feb. 23       Youngstown, Ohio – Covelli Centre

Feb. 28       Bloomington, Ill. – Grossinger Motors Arena

March 1      Cape Girardeau, Mo. –  Show Me Center

March 2      Bossier City, La. – CenturyLink Center

March 7      Allen, Texas – Allen Event Center

March 8       Cedar Park, Texas –  HEB Center

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