Florida Georgia Line kicked off their headlining tour last week in Tupelo, Miss., bringing along friends the Cadillac Three, Cole SwindellKane Brown and a few new songs.

The duo are gearing up to release their third studio album, titled Dig Your Roots. Their tour, fittingly titled the Dig Your Roots Tour, had the band also debut the title track off their album, sampling it for fans. A three-and-a-half minute performance of the song has Brian Kelley doing lead vocals.

"I grew up 10 minutes from the sticks, 10 minutes from the beach / And there ain't a bible verse y'all I ain't heard a preacher preach," Kelley sings in the clip, surrounded by trees.

The slowed number has FGL sharing how their grandfathers' advised them, "before it's too late, you gotta dig your roots."

The duo also performed new tracks "Smooth" and "Life Is a Honeymoon."

"Smooth" is another slowed R&B track that has the duo recognizing how a girl's body is "so smooth." Meanwhile, "Life Is a Honeymoon" embodies a distinct reggae beat that transports the audience to an island.

"Life is a honeymoon, we're gonna live it," they sing.

"Tyler and I are going to make this year very personal with the Dig Your Roots Tour," Kelley revealed in a press release announcing the tour. "We want our fans to feel right at home with us as they learn more about our story and we learn about theirs. There is not a dull moment in this show. We are so thankful that we get to bring some of our closest friends on this journey."

"Since day one, BK and I have been all about throwing the biggest party we can," Hubbard added. “This year is going to be a big one with new music, new tour and new memories. We cannot wait."

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