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Florida Georgia Line to drop new music ‘I Love My Country’ next week

Florida Georgia Line( From left to right: Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard) has promised new music dropping come next week off their highly anticipated upcoming studio album. Photo credit: Instagram/floridageorgialine

Florida Georgia Line is currently working on their new studio album and they can’t wait any longer to release a piece of new music off from the album which they are excited about.

With the entire country and the world currently going through a hard time right now, FGL comprising of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley thought it was fitting for them to release new music dubbed ‘I Love My Country’ next week which they can’t wait to share with the world.

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“… we’ve been here working on our new album, we’ve been jamming, we’ve been having a good time and we can’t wait any longer.” Tyler Hubbard said in the video, “we got to get some new music out to our fans.”

“We’ve decided, next week on the 27th, Friday, we gonna drop the first song off this new album.”

“The song is called ‘I Love My Country’ and it cannot be more appropriate for a time like now. We are all kinda living in an uncertain time, we are kinda quarantined, not really sure what the future holds but we’re still loving life, still having a good time and this song really does that for us, it brings us so much joy, it makes us feel so good, so we hope it does the same for you guys”

2020 seems to be a busy year for Florida Georgia Line who have been busy working on their new project which saw them calling out the one and only Carrie Underwood to work on them on a song that they have already worked on.

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What a year will it be if the Carrie Underwood and Florida Georgia Line collaboration finally gets to happen.

“I love My Country” will be everywhere you listen to music one week from today Friday, March 27th! Let’s go!” Florida Georgia Line said in part.

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