Florida Georgia Line Taking a Break from Country Radio

Florida Georgia Line

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The country music group FL/GA line talks about new music and plans to take a hiatus from radio.

Ever since Florida Georgia Line exploded onto the country music scene in 2012 with its’ top-selling single “Cruise” they have been pushing the pedal to the metal in a non-stop rise to the top of party country.

Their latest single, “Anything Goes,” is climbing the charts in country radio and the duo is already looking ahead to their fourth studio album and claims the music will once again change country music.

However, both members are recently married and it seems they are ready to step back and enjoy the success they have achieved with their new families. The duo plans to take a break before releasing their next project.

“We’re gonna give some time from country radio, give it a rest for a second,” Brian Kelley of FL/GA Line told reporters at an event held in Nashville earlier this week.

“We haven’t done that since we came out, really. We tried to do that with ‘Dirt.’”

Tyler Hubbard, the second member, quickly added, “It won’t feel that way. [We] say that every time we get done [with a new album] ‘We’re gonna take a break.’”

Kelley promised that their new music is going to be something very special.

“I think our music is on another level from anything that we’ve ever done. I think content, lyrically, musically,” he shared.

“I think the next single, I’m not even gonna tell you the title, but I think it’s going to change country music again.”

We certainly can’t wait. Listen to the title-track from their current album Anything Goes below!

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