Florida Georgia Line's new music video for "May We All" is a mini-movie, and they've got one of country music's best actors joining them. Tim McGraw plays a racing veteran forced to loan his car to Brian Kelley because of a broken arm.

Kelley and Hubbard are brothers and fellow racers. In the beginning of the video, Kelley convinces McGraw to let him race his car and the decision pays off, at first. In a second race the two brothers touch and Hubbard crosses the finish line first as Kelley slides into the mud. They come out pushing and shoving, and tensions don't seem to simmer before a night race.

The dramatic final scenes of "May We All" find Hubbard upside down in his car as it's in flames. Kelley fights off two firemen to pull his brother out of the car safely, ending a nearly tragic mini-movie.

The song is the second single from Florida Georgia Line's just-released Dig Your Roots album. McGraw adds vocals to the track, one of three guest vocalists on the duo's third studio album. The video was filmed at Tennessee National Raceway in Hohenwald, Tenn.

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