Florida Georgia Line’s spreading “Dirt” all around, but the muddy masterpiece is only just beginning for the mega duo.
Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley announced Friday on Good Morning America that their new album Anything Goes will drop Oct. 24.
The sophomore release is the follow-up to FGL’s debut Here’s to the Good Times album, which has sold more than two million copies.
Tyler reveals on GMA what inspired the new album.
“This whole album… It’s kind of like album one was for us. It’s just where we are in life at this point… where we’ve grown and who we’ve become,” he says. “To be honest, we’ve learned a lot from our fans. We’ve learned a lot from playing every single night for the last three years. We’re excited. We’re trying to step up our game, and we’re ready for you guys to hear it.”
“Dirt,” the first single from Anything Goes, is skyrocketing up the country charts.
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