Nation star Tyler Hubbard has reiterated his intentions to proceed as one half of Florida Georgia Line, explaining they need to tour to advertise their new album later this 12 months.
The singer has stepped out as a solo artist to affix forces with Tim McGraw for his or her new single Undivided, and he insists he and bandmate Brian Kelley will probably be regrouping quickly as they’re urgent forward with the February launch of their subsequent album, Life Rolls On.
Rumours of a rift between the pair first emerged in October after Democrat Hubbard unfollowed Republican Kelley for a number of days within the lead as much as the U.S. presidential election, however the previous buddies have since moved on from the political conflict.
Requested in regards to the standing of the duo on U.S. breakfast present Right this moment, Hubbard stated, “We’re all good, we’re nonetheless collectively, we’re nonetheless rocking. We’re about to drop our album in February, ’bout to hit the street, hopefully, if all goes as deliberate on the finish of summer time/early fall (autumn), so we’re excited. We’re simply attending to do some issues on our personal and a few particular person solo stuff.”
One of many solo gigs Hubbard lately booked was a efficiency with McGraw on the Celebrating America TV particular, which they delivered from the east financial institution of the Cumberland River in Nashville, Tennessee.
The present aired on Wednesday evening, hours after Democratic President Joe Biden and his Vice President Kamala Harris, had been sworn in on the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., and Hubbard needed to convey Undivided’s message of peace and unity to People.
“It was simply so surreal,” he shared of being part of the inauguration occasion. “It was particular. This track, it is larger than us, and something’s doable, and we’re simply honoured to have the ability to share such a constructive message to the world and on such a big platform.”