By Erin Duvall 

Florida Georgia Line‘s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard know that their fans are eager to hear new music from the duo, but unfortunately they’re going to have to wait until the summer.

“It’s still coming together. It’s a little over halfway done,” Kelley told The Boot, adding, “We’re really putting in the time, making sure our songs stand out, that they’re gonna cut through the radio, that they’re gonna really leave an effect, positively, on our fans. Whether that makes them want to work hard, call their dad to tell them they love them, kiss their wife or whatever it may be.”

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Kelley expects that album to be a slight departure from their past work.

“I think this album is going to be our deepest album,” Kelley said. “It’s gonna be our strongest, and we’re pushing ourselves on all levels: vocally, lyrically, melodically. I promise the fans, the wait is worth it.”



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