Florida Georgia Line Share Confessions of Their Own in New Lyric Video
The song's music video shows the duo reliving old memories and features clips from old home movies, but for the lyric video, Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard took a slightly different approach, choosing to air some of their dirty laundry. Throughout the clip, Kelley and Hubbard share their secrets by writing them out on whiteboards.
Some of their confessions aren't bad at all -- it's not so shocking when Hubbard writes, "Music is my calling," or when Kelley admits that his first concert was the Backstreet Boys -- but things get interesting when the duo starts digging a little deeper. FGL's confessions are about everything from speeding tickets and lost cars to their wives, the start of the duo, their love for their fans and much, much more. Even die-hard Florida Georgia Line fans will likely find out something new.
"Confession" is the fourth single off of FGL's most-recent album, Anything Goes. The track follows four No. 1 releases from the project -- "Anything Goes," "Sippin' on Fire," "Sun Daze" and "Dirt" -- and was co-written by Rodney Clawson, Ross Copperman and Matt Jenkins.
"Tyler and I have enjoyed a lot of special moments personally and professionally over the last couple of years, so we really relate to getting in your truck, driving and thinking about where you want to be," Kelley says of the song. "A lot of power can come from confessing things."
Adds Hubbard, "It’s a crazy ride we’ve been on, and this song really hit home. In the middle of celebrations and successes, we have to remind ourselves that we’ve been blessed to be on this journey. "Confession" makes you pause and think for sure.”
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