Tyler Hubbard has as soon as once more slammed rumours he and Florida Georgia Line bandmate Brian Kelley are splitting up, insisting they’re a “package deal deal”.
Studies of hassle throughout the group started after Democrat Hubbard unfollowed Republican Brian Kelley for a couple of days across the U.S. presidential election final yr, which had been furthered because the duo pulled out of an look on the Nation Music Academy Awards on account of a COVID-related well being scare.
The 2 tales mixed to immediate followers and critics alike to counsel FGL had been performed, however each Hubbard and Kelley have denied that – revealing they’re planning to make use of 2021 because the yr they will discover solo initiatives.
And, in a brand new interview with Leisure Tonight, Hubbard insisted he is nonetheless on the very best of phrases with Kelley – and would not foresee a band break-up anytime quickly.
“We have stayed in actually good communication about it (solo initiatives) and we each really feel quite a lot of freedom, quite a lot of artistic juices flowing, quite a lot of inspiration, and so it is enjoyable,” Hubbard mentioned.
“We have at all times been a package deal deal,” he continued, explaining: “We have at all times performed each single factor collectively, so it actually does really feel good to say, ‘BK, go make your solo mission and go have enjoyable with it, and I am going to go write songs and see what collaborations occur and we’ll simply have our personal voice and make our personal mark for a short while,’ after which within the meantime, nonetheless releasing our fifth album in February, and, you understand, persevering with the tour.”
He added: “So, you understand, we’re nonetheless gonna be doing so much collectively and enjoying for the followers and singing the hits, but it surely’s been enjoyable to enterprise out and have a little bit little bit of individuality as we go.”