Released: August 26, 2016
On their third album, Florida Georgia Line does just what their title suggests and dig into their roots. The sound is different than what their fans might be used to, but they don’t lose what makes their music great.
It’s clear from the start, especially on the title track, that their vocals are continuing to change with Tyler Hubbard’s unique voice continually outshining Brian Kelley’s. In songs where Kelley is the featured vocalist, the songs just don’t have as much of an impact. Hubbard could easily go solo and be fine.
The lyrics on this album tell more of a story than their previous albums do. They dig deeper and make you think about life – both the good and sad.
The Tim McGraw feature, “May We All,” is definitely the best track.
Final say: The duo falters when apart. ★★★☆☆