After months of speculation, Florida Georgia Line have finally announced when their sophomore album will be released.

The duo, made up of Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, reveal that their new set of tunes will hit shelves this fall.

"If everything goes as expected, we should have some new music out in October," Hubbard divulges to Billboard magazine. "We're about halfway done with it -- got some great songs."

The guys hint that fans who liked their debut album, 'Here's to the Good Times,' will enjoy their new project even more.

"It's still got the FGL sound," Hubbard explains. "I think it's going to be along the same lines, maybe even better."

Producer Joey Moi, who helmed their first project, is producing their latest record as well.

"We won't let anyone touch our music but him," Kelley insists. "He's one of our best buddies and one of the most talented and creative guys."

The guys, who recently won Top Country Song at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards for their single, 'Cruise,' say they have poured their heart and soul into the new songs.

”We’ve been in there for a couple months now, just really taking our time and chipping away at it, and trying to learn more,” Kelley says. “We’re trying to step our game up. We’ve got a couple of awesome songs that we’re pumped about everybody hearing. Can’t wait to get the new stuff out. It’s definitely gonna have evolved from record one, but it’s still going to have that FGL feel, but we’re going to take some chances here and there.”

It's hard to imagine the guys have much time to work on their new album. They are currently crossing the country on their headlining This Is How We Roll Tour, and will also serve as the opening act on Jason Aldean's Burn It Down Tour. A list of all of their upcoming concerts is available here.