Florida Georgia Line recently revealed that their next album, called Can’t Say I Ain’t Country, featuring “Simple” and their latest single, “Talk You Out of It,” will be out on February 15th, which makes them even more excited to ring in the New Year and get through the next two months so that they can share all of their new music with their fans.

Brian Kelley tells us the new music nicely brings together the duo's past, present and future. “It’s just exactly where we’re at, just like every other album. I think it represents, I guess, where we’ve been the past couple of years and where we’re at in the present moment where we’re headed. But I think there’s still something for everybody on this record. I think we both think the songs are the strongest probably since our first record or maybe ever. You know we were talking about that the other day. The songs just feel like we’ve really elevated our game. We’ve had more time to write, had more time to get songs in and had our Tree Vibes bus out with us just cranking out songs. Probably a couple more collaborations, a couple party songs, a couple songs make you think, maybe take you to church, but it’s good old FGL.”

FGL is set to perform during Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2019. They, along with Maren Morris, will take the stage during the Allstate Fan Fest in New Orleans to entertain locals and tourists ahead of the annual Allstate Sugar Bowl. New Year’s Rockin’ Eve airs live on ABC.

FGL just wrapped up their limited run Las Vegas residency at Planet Hollywood.

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