Florida Georgia Line Announce Sophomore Album, Set October Release Date

Florida Georgia Line Anything Goes 2014

The biggest duo in country music are back.

Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, better known to the world as Florida Georgia Line, have announced plans to release their Sophomore album, Anything Goes on October 14. The album arrives just a year after the group re-issued their debut album, Here’s To The Good Times, which has sold 1.98 million copies to date.

Speaking to Billboard about their new album, the members of Florida Georgia Line say they understand, but do not mind the high expectations people have for their return. “A little bit of that pressure creates some pretty good creativity,” Kelley said. “We just pushed really hard – little melody changes, adding little things here, an 808 drop there, a breakdown here, a different guitar lick there, whatever it may be, we really spent a lot of time on the little details. “Better is better, and that’s our motto.”

Joey Moi produced Anything Goes, which is said to feature twelve tracks, including the current hit “Dirt.” That song, which was released to help promote the launch of FGL’s recent humanitarian effort, has already peaked at No. 11 on the Hot 100.

“We took all that good energy and the success that (the fans) have given us and put it into making this next record, and I think it shows,” Kelley said. “There’s a couple sad songs, there’s a couple that make you think, but at the same time it’s a party album. It’s a feel-good album. Right when you get to the last song you’re going to want to start it all over again. It’s right exactly 100 percent where we are in our lives.”

Florida Georgia Line have not revealed what their next Anything Goes single will be, but rest assured we plan to feature the track premiere, as well as the eventual video, right here on UTG. We do not have a complete track list yet, but Billboard claims a song called “Sun Daze” finds the group openly discussing their love of marijuana. I doubt that song will come next, but it’s clear from that setup alone that FGL are going to push themselves – and maybe country music as a whole – with Anything Goes. Stay tuned.

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