Get ready to see more emotion from Florida Georgia Line.
The fast livin’, hard-partying duo has found phenomenal success with their softer, thought provoking songs “Dirt” and “Stay,” and they’re going to continue to tap into their sensitivities on the next FGL album.
“We’re going to show all sides of who we are and more sides that haven’t been seen yet,” the duo’s Tyler Hubbard tells Rolling Stone Country. “So we’re going to continue to evolve and let our fans get to know us on a deeper level.
“At first, we wanted to show the party side and different sides of us with ‘Dirt’ and ‘Stay,'” he continues. “And we’re going to continue to evolve, so we’ll see what album three holds, but it’s definitely going to be transparent to who we are.”
While there isn’t a timeline for their next album just yet, Hubbard and bandmate Brian Kelley report that they’ve “pretty much” finalized the track list. And when picking which songs to include, their fiery, high-energy live show is a huge factor — even in picking the slower songs.
“We still try to create moments, whether it’s a party song or a song like ‘Confession,'” Kelley says. “It’s all about moments for us, creating those moments people will never forget.”
But no matter what kinds of confessions they make on the new project, don’t expect the guys to get soft on us.
“We’re working hard and playing hard and that’s pretty much a full time job,” Hubbard reports. “We have our eggs in different baskets and getting to support younger writers and artists, so we’re having fun and not getting bored. We’re definitely not ready to settle down anytime soon.”