After teasing new music on Instagram all week, Florida Georgia Line finally shared “Simple” with fans on Thursday.
Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley released the track, along with one called “Colorado,” from their forthcoming fourth studio album.
“It's like one, two, three, just as easy as can be / Just the way you look at me, you make me smile,” the guys sing. “Ain’t no need to complicate it / We both know that's overrated / We've been there, it's safe to say it ain't our style / It's just that simple.”
The song has a modern reference to how priorities shift as we get older.
“We used to live on Instagram / Worry 'bout who all gives a damn / 'Bout where we've been and where we ended up,” sings FGL. “Then I met you and you met me / And all the rest is history / An epiphany that all we need is us.”
The song, written by FGL with Michael Hardy and Mark Holman, is destined to be one of the big country hits of the summer.
"'Simple' is as simple as it gets – four chords and a lotta heart," said Kelley, in a release.
Hubbard added: "We are always wanting to push our sound forward and never make the same record twice. We feel like we’ve upped our game on this project as well."
FGL is already riding high with the success of their crossover hit “Meant to Be” with Bebe Rexha. The song just topped one billion streams.
Take a listen to “Simple” below: