This was 1985, the moment when Phil was as big a star as anyone on the planet with his massive No Jacket Required album (which won the Grammy for Album of the Year and sold 25 million+ copies worldwide). Take Me Home was the 4th single, following Don't Lose My Number, Sussudio and One More Night (the latter 2 both went #1
everywhere). The album was engineered by Hugh Padgham who was at the time on fire with monster albums like Synchronicity by The Police. Backing vocals include both Sting and former Genesis bandmate Peter Gabriel.
In an era of much less information about the movements of rock stars, this was a pretty simple but powerful video of Phil set in front of iconic locations as he toured every corner of the world. It ends with a bit of his sense of humour and also features what could be the first pool-in-a-car on MTV.
According to Wikipedia, the song itself is apparently about a patient in a mental institution and largely based on the novel One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest.