SUPERSTAR DUO’S NEXT EVOLUTION
ARRIVES FEBRUARY 12, 2021
PREORDER BEGINS TODAY (12/6)
WITH SEVEN INSTANT-GRAT TRACKS
NASHVILLE, TENN. (December 4, 2020) — Florida Georgia Line continues their evolution as trailblazing global superstars in early 2021, announcing the release of their fifth studio album, LIFE ROLLS ON (BMLG Records), out February 12, 2021. Fans can preorder beginning today (12/4).
The much-anticipated project finds hitmakers Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley capturing a fresh spark of energy, and tapping a whole new well of creative passion. Marking their first full-length set as co-producers with Corey Crowder, 16 diverse tracks reflect FGL’s growth not just as entertainers, but as husbands and friends as well.
Neon-grooving slow jams match with modern-Country romantics and bonfire blazers, all fluent in the language of a good time. It’s another crossover-ready soundtrack for the lives their fans lead, no matter where they lead them, and it all ties directly into the duo’s personal story.
“I think this personally is just a big, celebratory chapter,” Hubbard explains. “We’ve come a long way since 2012 when we dropped our first album, it’s wild to think about the journey we’ve been on – the things we’ve got to do, the places music has taken us. We’re celebrating life and the good times, the ups and the downs, and the journey it took us to get where we’re at.”
“It’s just evident within the music how good of a time we’re having,” Kelley adds, “and how good of a place in life we are for sure.”
That positive headspace emerges over the heavy-hitter including their current Top 20 single, the arm-in-arm “Long Live,” and FGL’s 17th career #1, “I Love My Country.” Plus, LIFE ROLLS ON features each song on the 6-Pack EP and just as many unheard tracks – 13 of which were written by the pair with a top-shelf stable of collaborators like David Garcia, Jaren Johnston, Dallas Davidson, Ben Hayslip, and Tree Vibez Music songwriters Corey Crowder, Jordan Schmidt, Canaan Smith, and Blake Redferrin.
Hubbard and Kelley shed more light on their artistic process in a new trailer created by JV Studios, and in a nod to the challenges faced by so many this year, chose to name the set after the project’s optimistic closing track, “Life Rolls On.”