Florida Georgia Line are giving fans a preview of one of the songs, 'Sun Daze,' from their upcoming 'Anything Goes' album.

The uptempo song was written by the FGL guys, Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, along with Cary Barlowe, Jesse Frasure and Sarah Buxton.

"All I wanna do today is wear my favorite shades and get stoned," they sing. "Work a little less, play a little more / That's what this day is for / And all I wanna do is lace my J's and lace some Jack in my Coke / Work on my lay back, ain't nothin' wrong / With gettin' my sun daze on, gettin' my sun daze on."

While the reference to marijuana may cause some radio stations to shy away from playing the tune, it seems they are already planning on making it a single. The guys posted a photo and short clip of them filming what is bound to be a hilarious video.

With their freshman album, 'Here's to the Good Times,' becoming a multi-platinum smash hit, Florida Georgia Line insist they aren't afraid of the dreaded sophomore slump.

“There have been a lot of changes in our lives over the past couple of years, but we’re still the same guys from Florida and Georgia who drove from show to show in BK’s Tahoe,” Hubbard says. “We’re really excited about what we’ve learned on this journey and can’t wait to give our fans new music they can crank up just as loud as the tunes they sing back to us every night. ‘Anything Goes’ is a natural progression of where we’re at and what we’ve learned getting here.”

'Sun Daze' can also be found on Spotify here. 'Anything Goes' will be released on Oct. 14. Pre-order the record here.