Florida Georgia Line Surprise Fans By Dropping ‘Simple’ and ‘Colorado’

The duo alluded to music on the way when they wiped their Instagram clean recently and started anew with black-and-white photos hinting at new lyrics as the captions.

Florida Georgia Line Surprise Fans By Dropping ‘Simple’ and ‘Colorado’
Florida Georgia Line; Photo Courtesy of Sweet Talk Publicity

The guys of Florida Georgia Line stayed quiet for a while, but the boys are back in town with the release of two new tracks, “Simple” and “Colorado.”

Stripping down their style from electric guitars to the basic picking of a banjo, Florida Georgia Line made things quite ‘Simple’ in their latest single. The duo sings about how easy love should be, and that even a concept so complex like romance can be broken down into laid-back parts from holding hands or admitting to those three words.

“Excited to share the next chapter of FGL that we’ve been working so hard on,” Brian Kelley said of the tracks in a press release. “‘Simple’ is as simple as it gets – 4 chords and a lotta heart!”

Florida Georgia Line didn’t stray too much away from their rock-influenced sound, though, while approaching “Colorado.” Joking about the influences that keep them in check when trying times head their way, they mention that they have “something in a bottle” and “something from a seed” to build their spirits up high.

The award-winning group alluded to a new era in the midst by wiping their Instagram clean recently, and starting from scratch with elusive black-and-white photographs using lyrics as captions. FGL hopes to embark on yet another exciting chapter in their career, and can’t wait for fans to hop on board for what’s to come in the near future of the duo.

“We are always wanting to push our sound forward and never make the same record twice. We feel like we’ve upped our game on this project as well,” Tyler Hubbard concurred about their fresh vibe.

At this time, Florida Georgia Line is nominated for four awards at the 2018 CMT Music Awards. The ceremony airs live from Nashville on Wednesday, June 6, at 8 p.m. EST on CMT.