Florida Georgia Line Get Sentimental in Video for New Song ‘Dirt': Watch

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Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley (L) and Tyler Hubbard (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

By Annie Reuter

Florida Georgia Line have said their new single would be different and they weren’t lying. “Dirt,” which premiered today (July 8), show the guys’ sentimental side.

The video, which also dropped today, paints a similar image and brings the song to life. While a man is burying his wife, he tells the story of their lives together, which all started in dirt.

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“You know you came from it and someday you’ll return to this,” Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley sing. Watch the video below.

“Dirt” is the first single from the duo’s upcoming album, the followup to the chart-topping Here’s to the Good Times, which spawned multiple country hits.

In an interview with during the ACM Awards, Florida Georgia Line said they feel no pressure recording the follow-up to their ACM-nominated debut album Here’s to the Good Times.

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“We’re in the studio working hard,” Kelley said. “We’ve already got five to six songs tracked and rockin’. Joey Moi, our producer, is chompin’ at the bit. He’s as excited as we are.”

“I feel like everybody has gotten better,” Kelley went on to say. “It’s a new season, it’s time for recording. We had the time of our life making our last record and I think it showed and I think a lot of people enjoyed it. This time around, no pressure we’re going to go in and put the best songs we can on there and let the fans and country radio do the work.”

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