Jana Kramer has just released the video for her new single 'Love' and like the song, it's equally heartbreaking and hopeful. The video was shot in El Progreso, Honduras, and while it may be a song about romantic love, the video showcases a kind of brotherly love that can be found all over the world.

The video, directed by Ryan Lassan, features the 'Why Ya Wanna' singer playing and interacting with children in El Progreso and neighboring village, Olivos. She walks hand-in-hand with a sweet little girl who has obviously stolen her heart.

While the lyrics of 'Love' are about heartbreak, they also speak to Kramer's faith that love is still all around, seeping into our interactions with family, friends and even strangers in a South American village.

"Meeting the amazing children in the Olivos village and experiencing their culture was a life changing experience for me," says Kramer. "They really understand what love means. I was moved to tears many times during the shoot. It was such a beautiful day, filled with love, that I will never forget."

'Love' is a sweet video with shots of children playing soccer and people moving through everyday life interspersed with Kramer singing earnestly into the camera. It's clear that the lyrics she's singing are words she believes in, and if that's any indication of her forthcoming sophomore effort, fans can look forward to an intimate and personal album.

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