Florida Georgia Line members Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley threw a killer concert at the Toyota Amphitheater in Wheatland, California on Sept. 30.
Aside from singing a slew of high-energy hits like “This Is How We Roll” and “Get Your Shine On,” they introduced fans to a hazy tune called “Island.”
As you can see in this video, Brian bares his sexy arm tattoos, while rocking a camouflage vest. He takes charge on the purple-colored, dim-lit stage by crooning out mellow, slow jam lyrics like “Everything’s fading babe, cause you’re all I see/It’s like we’re alone in here baby/We might as well be on an island.”
Meanwhile, Tyler strolls the stage with his guitar before taking up a position behind the microphone. By the time the dreamy chorus hits, the blonde-haired hunks are blending in perfect harmony.
“Island” — co-written by Ryan Hurd, Matt McGinn and Jordan Schmidt — appears on the duo’s third and highly personal album, “Dig Your Roots.” The project, which was released on Aug. 26, also includes the duo’s spiritual smash “H.O.L.Y.” Ironically enough, Brian and Tyler actually celebrated the debut of their album on an island — Ellis Island in Upper New York Bay at the Immigration Museum.
“I think this album is deeper. I think it’s more spiritual. I think it’s more personal [and] more mature,” said Brian about the project during an interview with the “Sacramento Bee.” “There are some more love songs. There are some spiritual songs, some songs that make you think, and make you want to call home and tell your dad you love him.”
Florida Georgia Line is currently on their 2016 Dig Your Roots Tour in support of the album. Openers Cole Swindell, the Cadillac Three and Kane Brown have joined them on the trek.