(AUDIO – MULTIPLE BITES) FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE DELIVERS THEIR COUNTRIEST ALBUM YET WITH ‘CAN’T SAY I AIN’T COUNTRY’

Florida Georgia Line’s new album, Can’t Say I Ain’t Country, is being released this Friday, and Tyler Hubbard says, “We always kind of want to give the fans something different, a different side of who we are. And this next album, I think the album title really ties it together, to be honest. I think there’s still a lot of different sounds, a lot of different sides of who we are, a little bit of something for everybody.  But for the most part, this is probably our countriest album to date, kinda taking it back to our roots again, if you will, and the music that we loved growing up on, love writing and love performing.”

The most important thing for FGL whenever they put out an album, according to Brian Kelley is, “We just want our music to move people, whatever that means to each individual. I think there’s a song for every kind of situation, every kind of person on this album. So, whatever kind of mood you’re going through, whatever day you’re having – you need to party, you need to cry, you need to think about something…our albums have that.”

If you listen to all of Florida Georgia Line’s albums, you will definitely hear an evolution in their sound over the years, and Tyler says, “This is probably our most exciting album. We’ve poured our heart and soul into this and I do think it’s a further evolution of who BK and I are and the FGL sound and just the different types and styles of music that we love to create.”

In addition to 15 songs, including “Talk You Out of It,” “Simple” and “Colorado,” there are also four comedic skits, featuring their friend Nugget doing a character he invented named Brother Jervell, sprinkled throughout Can’t Say I Ain’t Country. Tyler says, “It’s something different for us, something cool, something a lot of other artists are doing in the urban and hip hop world, but nobody’s really done it in country… so we figured hey let’s have him do some little skits on our album and break it up a little bit, do something different and hopefully give a little comedic relief.”

Can’t Say I Ain’t Country is the first album Tyler and Brian and co-produced with their long-time producer, Joey Moi.

Florida Georgia Line – what ties album together  :42

Tyler Hubbard – “Everything that we’ve put out’s kind of been different, sort of, you know, a different direction for us in a very exciting type of way. You know, we always kind of want to give the fans something different, a different side of who we are. And this next album, I think the album title really ties it together, to be honest. I think there’s still a lot of different sounds, a lot of different sides of who we are, a little bit of something for everybody.  But for the most part, this is probably our countriest album to date, kinda taking it back to our roots again, if you will, and the music that we loved growing up on, love writing and love performing.  And this is probably our most exciting album. We’ve poured our heart and soul into this and I do think it’s a further evolution of who BK and I are and the FGL sound and just the different types and styles of music that we love to create.”

Florida Georgia Line – want to move people  :29

Brian Kelley – “I think, more than just one vision, I think we just want our music to move people, whatever that means to each individual. I think there’s a song for every kind of situation, every kind of person on this album. So, whatever kind of mood you’re going through, whatever day you’re having – you need to party, you need to cry, you need to think about something…our albums have that. And we’re just two guys that are lucky enough to write our songs and get some amazing songs and just had a crazy dream and got an amazing team behind us with amazing fans.”

Florida Georgia Line – Brother Jervell  :43

Tyler Hubbard – “So we did like four comedic skits or voicemails that kind of segue into the next song in our album and we’re really excited about it. It’s something different for us, something cool, something a lot of other artists are doing in the urban and hip hop world, but nobody’s really done it in country. How it originated was we have a friend that we call Nugget, a.k.a. Brother Jervell, who hits us up every now and then and leaves voicemails for us mainly just to get a good laugh. He’s got an alter ego that’s just hysterical. He’s a preacher in a small church and he always hit us up and made us laugh so we figured hey let’s have him do some little skits on our album and break it up a little bit, do something different and hopefully give a little comedic relief, if you will. So we’re excited to do that, excited to get that out there and excited for him. He’s a brilliant writer and an amazing comedian.”

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