Life Rolls On available Feb 12th

Global superstars Florida Georgia Line share some back porch wisdom on their anthemic release, “Life Rolls On.” The title track anchors their upcoming fifth studio album via BMLG Records, a 16-song collection dropping February 12th.

Encouraging resilience in whatever uncertainties may come, the tune is lifted with steady claps and some of the richest harmony yet from Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley: “Oh and I know it might be alright, might be all wrong / But life rolls on / And on and on and on.” With so much behind them and a long road ahead, the pair know what it means to grind through a tough spot, and come out stronger on the other side. FGL alongside Corey Crowder co-produced the Ben Burgess, Alysa Vanderheym and Emily Weisband-penned track whose message is well-suited for unsettled times.

Notching 13 writing credits to their name, Life Rolls On features current Top 15 single, “Long Live,” and duo’s 17th career No. 1, “I Love My Country.” “New Truck” was released last week and features a hip hop flow.

Hubbard recently joined Tim McGraw on “Undivided,” a track Hubbard wrote while in isolation on his tour bus after contracting COVID-19. The song will be included on the deluxe version of McGraw’s No. 1 album Here On Earth, out later this spring on Big Machine Records.

On New Year’s Day, Hubbard and FGL partner Brian Kelley shared they’d be releasing solo albums, in addition to releasing new FGL music. Fans need not to worry as the pair assured they are not breaking up.