Florida Georgia Line are on a roll. The fast-rising country music duo celebrated the success of their second consecutive No. 1 hit, 'Get Your Shine On,' at a party in Nashville on Monday (June 10).

It's only been a year and a half since Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley signed a publishing, production and management deal with legendary Nashville songwriter Craig Wiseman. Their first full-length studio album, 'Here's to the Good Times,' was released in December of 2012. Its first single, 'Cruise,' reached No. 1 that same month. 'Get Your Shine On' is the second single from the project, and it captured the top spot in May. They marked the occasion with a party at Sambuca in Nashville, where they were presented with an award along with their co-writers, Chris Tompkins and Rodney Clawson.

"It's a dream come true to do it once and then do it again especially right out of the gate," Kelley told the Tennessean newspaper. "This whole thing is very special to be a part of and we're not going to take anything for granted."

He related that writing the song was an easy process. The writers were sitting around drinking beer at their publishing company's Christmas party, talking about fishing, when inspiration struck. They finished the song very quickly from there.

"Those are the days you thank God for, and that's what's so addicting about it," Kelley noted. "You chase those days that are easy and fun."

Florida Georgia Line have just released 'Round Here,' the third single from 'Here's to the Good Times.'