Florida Georgia Line have been hard at work on their fifth studio album, the followup to 2019's Can't Say I Ain't Country. The first single from that album, called “Long Live,” was released yesterday (Thursday, Sept. 10th) and is available now at all streaming platforms and digital retailers.
Brian Kelley tells us the upcoming project has a familiar vibe but still propels the duo into the future, musically. [“This fifth record will have some nostalgia for sure, some kind of old school FGL vibes, if you will, but also still pushing the boundaries, still kind of exploring, and sonically it’s a little bit of a throwback, I guess you could say, but we’ve been workin’ hard and continuing to hone in on our sound and even dig deeper, get our hands dirty with our music and get even more nitpicky on singing and every line and just continuing to push forward. So, we’re super excited. We think we’re elevating our game and I think a lot of people will be excited and surprised. Yeah, we’re just in a good place. It’s just a whole new energy.”] SOUNDCUE (:35 OC: . . . whole new energy.)
No release date has been announced for Florida Georgia Line’s new album.
The duo recently topped the charts with their 17th Number One hit "I Love My Country,” which is featured on FLG's 6-Pack EP.
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