FGL counts its "Blessings"
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FGL counts its "Blessings"

Wednesday, December 4, 2019 – Filmed from the sandy shores of Florida, to the fallen leaves in Nashville, Florida Georgia Line released the video for Blessings today.

The Justin Clough-directed scenes give thanks as the video shows Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley with their families.

Showing they're a "lucky fam" as their latest single says, today's release marks seven years to the day that their breakout album, "Here's to the Good Times" (BMLG Records), debuted. Kelley's parents and wife Brittney accompany him, while Hubbard is with his wife Hayley, daughter Olivia, and son Luca. Additional footage was captured while the pair were on their Can't Say I Ain't Country Tour at Arizona's Lost Dutchman State Park.

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