For Florida Georgia Line, "Life Rolls On," but not until Februrary
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For Florida Georgia Line, "Life Rolls On," but not until Februrary

Friday, December 4, 2020 – "Life Rolls On" for Florida Georgia Line come Feb. 12, 2021.

That's the name of the duo's fifth album, which they teased today on social media.

"Diving headfirst into this album and redefining our creative process with our boy Corey Crowder was next level. We're so grateful for all the love this year and stoked for y'all to hear what else is in store for 2021," Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley wrote on Twitter.

Crowder once again will produce the disc, being recorded at Sanctuary Studios in The Albany, Bahamas.

"This particular album, BK and I were even more hands on," said Hubbard in a video posted on Twitter. "and really enjoyed the whole process of this album...Going in there with a smile on your face, you're always going to sing a little better."

In a press release, Hubbard sasid, "I think this personally is just a big, celebratory chapter. We've come a long way since 2012 when we dropped our first album. It's wild to think about the journey we've been on. The things we've got to do, the places music has taken us. We're celebrating life and the good times, the ups and the downs, and the journey it took us to get where we're at."

"It's just evident within the music how good of a time we're having," Kelley said, "and how good of a place in life we are for sure."

While no track list was released, the disc contains 16 songs. Among them could include two songs released this year: "I Love My Country" and "Long Live." The latter song was included in "6-Pack," an EP that came out May 22.

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