Florida Georgia Line have just rolled out the music video for their newest single, "Confession."

The video starts off with home movies of the FGL members. Then, the guys are shown in an old and abandoned church, complete with burning candles and sheets over the pews. Inside the church, old TV sets continue to show the home videos that provide flashbacks of sorts. Fittingly, the clip also features a confessional and shots of fire.

"Confession" is from Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard's Anything Goes album, which was released in 2014. The song is more vulnerable than Florida Georgia Line's other hits, such as “Cruise,” and it’s refreshing to hear such honesty in their lyrics. Rodney Clawson, Ross Copperman and Matt Jenkins wrote “Confession,” and Kelley admits that it’s one of his favorites from Anything Goes.

“Man, that hook,” Kelley raves via a press release. “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. 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.”

FGL spent their summer out on their 2015 Anything Goes Tour and also with Luke Bryan‘s 2015 Kick the Dust Up Tour.

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