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Florida Georgia Line Count Their ‘Blessings’ in New Video

Check out this tender tribute to family.

Written by Chris Parton
Florida Georgia Line Count Their ‘Blessings’ in New Video
NASHVILLE, TN - MAY 29: Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard (L) and Brian Kelley perform at SiriusXM Presents Florida Georgia Line Live At The Ryman Auditorium on May 29, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by John Shearer/Getty Images for SiriusXM)

Florida Georgia Line count their “Blessings” in the official video for their tender current single, sharing some much needed quality time with their families.

Directed by Justin Clough, the clip finds the superstar duo’s Brain Kelley and Tyler Hubbard embracing what truly makes their world go ’round. Kelley and his wife Brittney get some sun on the beach with Kelley’s parents, while Hubbard and his wife, Hayley, make some special memories with their young children, Olivia and Luca. And all the while, the duo perform amid the desolate beauty of Arizona’s Lost Dutchman State Park, helping bring the mindful message of their ballad to life.

“No, I can’t count ‘em on both hands / But honey, look here at this picture / I’d say we’re a lucky fam / I’m thankful to be with you / A little house on a little land / A couple kids, two or three / Same old song that we’ll always sing / It sure ain’t hard to count your blessings,” goes the full-circle final chorus.

FGL recently wrapped up their 2019 Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour, and will join Kenny Chesney next spring for the Chillaxification Tour — but before that, they’re helping spread blessings around Music City. Partnering with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville, they’re hosting a toy drive at their meet + greet event space, collecting new unwrapped children’s toys and art supplies through December 18.

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Overwhelmed by yesterday afternoon’s #GivingTuesday kickoff 🚀 We asked our communities to donate unwrapped children’s toys & art supplies for our local @habitatforhumanity. Y’all can join too by dropping off gifts at @meetgreetnashville through 12/18. Let’s all spread some love this year 🙏🎄 (swipe for details)

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FGL recently wrapped up their 2019 Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour, and will join Kenny Chesney next spring for the Chillaxification Tour — but before that, they’re helping spread blessings around Music City. Partnering with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville, they’re hosting a toy drive at their meet + greet event space, collecting new unwrapped children’s toys and art supplies through December 18.

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