Continuing their streak as one of the winningest duos in country music, Florida Georgia Line took home the trophy for Group Duo of the Year at this year's American Country Countdown Awards.

Presented by Sara Evans, FGL’s Bryan Kelley and Tyler Hubbard accepted their award after performing “H.O.L.Y.,” the brand-new single from the duo's forthcoming third album.

With lyrics such as “I don’t need these stars because you shine for me / Like fire in my veins, you’re my ecstasy / You’re holy, holy, holy / I’m high on loving you,” the song is a major departure from Florida Georgia Line’s typical party anthem. On the stage, it played as a soft, subtle love ballad, with Hubbard seated at the piano.

“Man, wow, this is unreal. I want to say thank you again to the fans, to the ACCAs, thank you to Jesus Christ for allowing us to do what we love,” said Hubbard when accepting the trophy. Added Kelley, “We definitely want to thank our wives, thank you for making us better men on the daily."

At the end of his speech, Kelley told the fans that he’d see ‘em out on the road this summer, as the band plans to head out on their Dig Your Roots Tour.

2016 American Country Countdown Awards Red Carpet Pictures