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Backstreet's back, all right!! The Boys drop a new single, video

| Thursday, May 17, 2018, 8:30 a.m.
The Backstreet Boys — (from left) Brian Littrell, Kevin Richardson, AJ McLean, Nick Carter and Howie Dorough — have a new single. They released “Don’t Go Break My Heart” on Thursday, May 17, 2018, along with a video.
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The Backstreet Boys — (from left) Brian Littrell, Kevin Richardson, AJ McLean, Nick Carter and Howie Dorough — have a new single. They released “Don’t Go Break My Heart” on Thursday, May 17, 2018, along with a video.

OK, you can drop everything important today. The Backstreet Boys have a new single.

Yep, AJ, Howie, Nick, Kevin and Brian — those 1990s darlings — still have a few new moves to show us.

On Thursday, they released "Don't Go Breaking My Heart," along with a video that shows the quintet dancing in sync.

Who's ready for new Backstreet music tonight?

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In just the first few hours, the video had more than 215,000 views on YouTube.

Singer Nick Carter tweeted thanks to fans for 25 years of support.

Carter, Brian Littrell, Kevin Richardson, A.J. McLean and Howie Dorough will resume a 21-show Las Vegas residency in July.

And don't go thinking fans aren't beside themselves.

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