"MAY WE ALL" VIDEO OUT NOW!

Florida Georgia Line's mini-movie for "May We All" is out now!! This video gives us all sorts of emotions. Watch for yourself below and let us know what you think!



WHISKEY DRINKING WITH IHEART



THE BOOT INTERVIEW

Interview: Florida Georgia Line Stay Real With 'Dig Your Roots'
Florida Georgia Line have never had trouble connecting with their fans: Since their debut single, “Cruise,” in 2012, they’ve earned hit song after hit song and two platinum albums. Both country radio and its listeners — a large number of them, anyway — have embraced their non-traditional style and fusion of country, pop and hip-hop. They’ve always been themselves (unabashedly so), but on their third studio album, Dig Your Roots, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley says they’re the most “real” they’ve ever been.

“There’s been long van rides where we’ve sat around and been like, ‘Dude, why are these people showing up to watch us play?’ We’re definitely not the best singers. There’s a lot that we can’t do, compared to a lot of other artists, and I feel like we’ve been trying to figure it out,” Hubbard recently told The Boot and other reporters. “One of the things I think we did nail, from back in the day, is just being transparent and being real. I think that’s who we are, almost to a fault, I guess, but our fans connect with that.”

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"DIG YOUR ROOTS" NOW AVAILABLE!

Florida Georgia Line's widely anticipated third album, "Dig Your Roots" is officially available now, wherever you buy your music!



Buy it on iTunes at NOW!!!!

You can find lyrics to all of the songs under the "FGL" navigation at the top of the website.



HAPPY BIRTHDAY BK!

Today is Brian Kelley's 31st birthday!!! Be sure to wish him a happy birthday on Twitter or Instagram at @playbkplay. Have a good one bud!



ASK ANYTHING CHATS



TODAY SHOW - AUGUST 25



THE TONIGHT SHOW - AUGUST 24



"GROW OLD", "WHILE HE'S STILL AROUND", "WISH YOU WERE ON IT" & "MUSIC IS HEALING" PREVIEWS



"MAY WE ALL" BEHIND THE SCENES

The "May We All" video was shot with Youtube's 360 degree technology, so in these behind the scenes videos, you drag your mouse around and can see all around you, every angle of what's happening. You will need to use a computer (Internet Explorer works best) to watch.



GOOD MORNING AMERICA - AUGUST 24



"DIG YOUR ROOTS" ALBUM REVIEWS

Album Review: Florida Georgia Line’s 'Dig Your Roots'
Florida Georgia Line have been promising a more mature sound with their third album Dig Your Roots and the duo more than deliver. At a recent album listening event in Nashville, Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard spoke of this maturity and explained why it's important that their music evolves the same way as their personal lives.

"A lot has changed for us over the last five years," Hubbard said. "We've grown up a lot. We try to be really transparent in our music, and I think our music evolves as quickly as our life does. I think it’s important to continue to do that and be real with our fans. Not just try to record songs but make sure they have some depth to them. Make sure they have a purpose, and each song can have its own life."
Read More from Sounds Like Nashville

Florida Georgia Line's New Album: Zero Skips in 15 Songs
There are 15 tracks on Florida Georgia Line's new album Dig Your Roots, due out Friday (Aug 26).

And the band's intention is that fans will listen to every single one.

"We've still got the party songs, we've got the feel good songs, the life songs, the sad songs," the band’s Tyler Hubbard said in a recent radio interview. "We've kind of got it all on this album. That's something we always take pride in from album one to now - just making sure that there's not a song on there that you want to hit skip. "And I think we've done that on this album, for sure."
Read More from CMT

Album Review: Florida Georgia Line
Exhibit A is the third album by Florida Georgia Line (3 stars). It was the duo's debut hit, "Cruise," a simple-minded ode to getting drunk and laid, that announced bro-country’s pre-eminence. On Dig Your Roots, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley haven’t totally renounced their old ways. ("Ain't no doubt, ’bout to lay you down on a beach towel/California King style," they sing in "Summerland.") But their music is getting spicier; songs like the hit "H.O.L.Y." and "God, Your Mama, and Me" (featuring the Backstreet Boys) tilt toward pop. And the heart of Dig Your Roots isn't Saturday-night revelry, it's Sunday morning; songs about loving God, your dear old dad, your wife and kids, and, on the appealingly burly title track, all of the above.
Read More from Rolling Stone



THE SOCIAL - AUGUST 23



"LIFER" AND "GOOD GIRL, BAD BOY" PREVIEWS



PANDORA PRESENTS INTERVIEW



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