Florida Georgia Line in the Studio for New Album
Florida Georgia Line are releasing new details about their upcoming album. The duo, made up of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, reveal that they already have about half of the record completed.
“We’re in the studio working hard,” Kelley tells Radio.com. “We’ve already got five to six songs tracked and rockin’. Joey Moi, our producer, is chompin’ at the bit. He’s as excited as we are."
The reigning ACM Vocal Duo of the Year say that they are excited about following up the success of their platinum-selling debut album, 'Here's to the Good Times.'
"I feel like everybody has gotten better," Kelley adds. "It’s a new season, it’s time for recording. We had the time of our life making our last record and I think it showed and I think a lot of people enjoyed it. This time around, no pressure we’re going to go in and put the best songs we can on there and let the fans and country radio do the work.”
The pair, who also won the ACM Award for New Artist of the Year in 2013, say that much has changed since that epic night.
“It was a big turning point in our career,” Hubbard acknowledges. “New Artist of the Year, it felt like it was a boost of momentum. Everything kicked into high gear. Ever since then it’s been game on."
Florida Georgia Line, who are currently on their own Here's to the Good Times Tour, before they head out with Jason Aldean on his Burn It Down Tour later this year, understand the demands their career requires, but say they are up to the challenge.
“If we can make it through what we did to get here, this is easy now,” Kelley maintains. “It was a lot of hard work, we’re busy as hell and there’s a lot expected of us, but it’s awesome. We made it through starting this thing and making it through the toil . . . to be here, it’s a blessing. It really opens your eyes and brings you down and you see things a little more clear, in a weird way.”
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