Florida Georgia Line wrote their latest single, “Long Live,” a couple years ago while out on the road where Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley were joined by co-writers Josh Miller, David Garcia and Corey Crowder. Tyler tells us the song sounds like a throwback to their early days. ["We felt like the whole time that we were channeling that 2012 Florida Georgia Line and just some of that real feel good, nostalgic party music. I don’t know, it just had a really good energy and really positive and felt like it just took us back down memory lane every time we heard it. So, we just continued to listen to it and fall in love with it more and more over the course of the next year. And then came time to cut the album, we said this song is a no-brainer. It has to go on this album. It feels like such a big song and such a necessary song and a timely song, and even more timely now than ever.”] SOUNDCUE (:28 OC: . . . now than ever.)
"Long Live" is the second single from FGL's brand new album, Life Rolls On, which was released last week. The project also includes the duo's latest chart-topping hit “I Love My Country."
FGL’s Tyler Hubbard On ‘Long Live’ Channeling Early FGL :