Kane Brown begs for forgiveness using stark visual monotones in the video for his moody new song "Baby Come Back to Me," off his new album Experiment. 

"Baby Come Back to Me" shows off a different facet of Brown's sound, one that conveys his dark side with the classic tale of a man pleading for redemption from the woman he wronged. The edgy track opens his 2018 albumgiving some serious Bon Jovi vibes with the song's gritty melody that's heavy on guitar and drums, hinting at BJ's classic "Wanted Dead or Alive."

Brown gives the song a grave identity, performing amid a backdrop of dark red, blue and black/white hues, switching off between singing the track solo and with his band as backup. "Baby, come back to me / Give me one more chance / One more chance to be / To be a better man / This don't have to be / Goodbye / Don't do this to me / Tonight / Just come back to me," he bellows.

Kane Brown's Not Afraid to Address Gun Violence in New Song

Brown has also dropped videos for Experiment tracks "Lose It," "Weekend," "Homesick" and his current single, "Good As You" which features footage from his and wife Katelyn Jae's wedding. The two tied the knot at a ceremony just outside Nashville in October.

One song that's drawing particular attention is "American Bad Dream," where Brown acknowledges the issue of gun violence in America, a subject particularly sensitive this week following the tragic mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, Calif.

"After we finished the song, I felt that we wrote it well enough that you could see that I wasn't trying to say anything bad ... just cause awareness," he explains to Taste of Country. "No matter what artist you are, if you mention anything of this it's assumed people are going to give you hell for it."

He's set to perform during the 2018 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade, alongside fellow country artists Carly PearceMartina McBride and Sugarland. He'll start off 2019 with a milestone, launching his first tour headlining arenas on the Kane Brown: Live Forever Tour.

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