Florida Georgia Line Recorded New Album in a Treehouse
If Florida Georgia Line’s new record sounds like it has a bit of a youthful vibe, there’s a reason why: it was recorded in a treehouse.
According to Billboard, band member Brian Kelley had a two-story treehouse for grown-ups built in his backyard after the success of “Cruise” by the crew from the Animal Planet show Treehouse Masters, complete with a recording studio. Kelly tweeted a photo from the breezy control room in the sky March 20, and it looks like a perfect place to record a new album.
— Brian Kelley (@PlayBkPlay) March 20, 2016
According to other tweets from the band, their third record is expected to be ready for release in August, but new music is coming soon. They’ve posted several photos filming a music video for an upcoming single. Kelley has teased new music already, noting he will have more lead parts in coming songs, as he traditionally sticks to background vocals primarily.
“Blasting this new music for the woods this Saturday morning,” he posted on Twitter with an attached video sneak peek. “You’re gonna hear some more BK leads this record.”
The band is headed out on their Dig Your Roots Tour starting in April with Cole Swindell, the Cadillac Three and Kane Brown. They’re slated to perform on the upcoming ACM awards April 3, hosted by Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley, which may even be the debut of the aforementioned new song, according to Tyler Hubbard. They are also performing at the third annual American Country Countdown Awards May 1.
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