Fill out the form here and submit your video now for a chance to be featured in Florida Georgia Line’s new video, “I Love My Country”! All submissions will be reviewed by FGL and one winner chosen to have their bills paid for a month up to $3K!
We know these are tough times for a lot of people right now – so it’s important to us to share the connection and unity we have through music. We hope you will participate in the #FGLCountryChallenge and upload your personal videos! We can’t wait to check them out! – Brian and Tyler
BK was on E! In the Room live Instagram chat and said that there are “a batch” of new FGL music being released mid-May!
— Florida Georgia Line (@FLAGALine) April 14, 2020
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Interview: Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard on I Love My Country, album number 5 and returning to the UK
It’s Time to Rethink Florida Georgia Line, One of Country’s Biggest Shapeshifters
The duo of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley return with a brand new single—and a whole new outlook.
Here’s an (incomplete) list of what, in the eight years since their ridiculously successful debut, the men of Florida Georgia Line have become: headliners, husbands, restauranteurs, record label owners, whiskey makers, music producers and publishers. Tyler Hubbard, the Georgia half of the act, just announced that he and his wife Hayley will welcome a third child later this year. Brian Kelley, along with his wife Brittney, run the popular clothing brand Tribe Kelley. But what occasionally gets lost in the shuffle is that the duo has also emerged as one of the format’s premier musical shapeshifters, the latest evidence of which arrives today with their raucous new single “I Love My Country.”
“We haven’t had anything that hits this hard since ‘Round Here,’” says Kelley, the Sunshine State’s representative for the group, referring to their stadium-sized 2012 No.1. (It was their third to scale the Airplay Charts off their debut LP, Here’s to the Good Times.) “This one’s loud—it punches through the speaker,” he says of the song, a thunderous ode to down-home living. He’s right, though the last handful of years have hardly been quiet. Across their three ensuing albums, they’ve flirted with ethereal pop, reggae, folk, hip-hop, and R&B, and collaborated with the likes of Backstreet Boys, Ziggy Marley, Jason Aldean, Bebe Rexha, Tim McGraw, and Jason DeRulo. Most recently, they threw a pedal steel and a hick-hop flow on the country remix of Justin Bieber’s “Yummy.”
We’ve officially entered into a new album era for FGL! “I Love My Country” is NOW AVAILABLE! Buy/stream the song now!
Can’t wait! Love the visual as well. Pre-save on your favorite music platform
Hope everyone had a good weekend and getting off to a good Monday morning start!! Big week y’all!!!!! Thursday at midnight/Friday morning “I Love My Country” will be available however you listen to music. Pre-save now: https://t.co/wfhHQH4WBc 🎉🎉🎉 #ilovemycountry #letsgooooooo pic.twitter.com/U3qDxJVDce
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