The Canadian superstar made a comeback this year with new music, a docu-series, and an upcoming tour. The success of his first album in five years proves that his loyal fans still love and support him. Justin Bieber's "Changes" music video shows the singer going back to his roots in his Ontario homeland.

Biebs dropped the nature music video on Apple Music earlier today. "Changes" is one of 16 songs on the studio album of the same name that dropped on Valentine's Day.

Though only Apple Music subscribers can watch the full video, he also posted an extended clip on his Instagram account.

The singer is suited in green sweatpants, a grey hoodie, black sneakers, a brown coat, and an ode to Canada with a taupe coloured toque. 

He's seen walking around an icy forest while belting out the lyrics to his song.

According to ET Canada, the video was filmed in "the frozen landscape of Ontario". 

Bieber also moves to a wheat field during the summertime where he's seen wearing shorts, a t-shirt, sneakers, and a baseball cap.

The theme of "Changes," per ET Canada, is about everything that "he's gone through to get to this point in his life, before looking ahead as the seasons change."

ET Canada reported that the 25-year-old told Apple Music, "These videos were all shot in places in nature that meant something to me over the years and I’m thrilled that my fans get to experience the music with these concepts in mind."

The music video isn't the only time Bieber showed his fans his Canadian hometown. The Seasons docu-series brought viewers on a tour of his home in Stratford. It also explains that his hiatus from music was partially due to his battle with Lyme disease

Changes recently broke a record formerly held by Elvis Presley when Bieber became the youngest artist to have seven albums debut at number one. 

Bieber's North America tour will begin on May 14 and go until September 26. The final episode of Seasons airs on February 26. 

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