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Florida Georgia Line Give Insights Into Upcoming Album


(Undated) -- Florida Georgia Line is trying to settle on material for their next album. While the country duo stormed onto the music scene with their debut effort, "Here's To The Good Times," Tyler Hubbard says he and Brian Kelley aren't concerning themselves with recreating that success. He tells RollingStone.com they like to "relax and enjoy the moment," and "pressure leads to a whole lot of other stuff" they "don't care for."

The singers add that they have a number of songs they're considering for the project. Brian says he wrote the tune "Sun Daze," which celebrates getting high, one morning on his phone. But Tyler admits if they use the song they'll likely have to "come up with a different word" to make it radio-friendly. The upbeat "You Ain't Even Gone" and the dance-able "Smile" are other tracks that could make the cut, while Kelley says a party song called "Anything Goes" could become the disc's title track. "Dirt" is the lead-off single from Florida Georgia Line's sophomore album, which is expected later this year.

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