Listen to Florida Georgia Line’s Grateful New Single, “Blessings”

Listen to Florida Georgia Line’s Grateful New Single, “Blessings”

Florida Georgia Line will try to score their 17th No. 1 single with the release of “Blessings,” which ships to country radio on Sept. 23.

FGL’s Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley penned the new tune with Tom Douglas, Jesse Frasure, Jordan Schmidt and Ernest K. Smith.

“This is another love song we both fell in love with and had to put on this album,” says Brian. “It’s a couple years old and we were kinda digging through the files and as this album really continued to take shape, we kinda dug through the archives and ‘Blessings’ really matched our mindset sonically where the album was headed and where we wanted to go. You always gotta count your blessings.”

“It is a love song, but I think it’s a great reminder for us and for everybody else that’s listening to our album, no matter where you’re at, no matter what you have going on, no matter how many blessings or how little blessings you have, everybody’s got something to be thankful for and blessings in their life, even if it’s just the weather outside, so it’s important to be grateful, be thankful, and always count your blessings—a lot of joy comes out of that—so don’t forget to count your blessings,” adds Tyler.

“Blessings” will be the third single released from FGL’s 2019 album, Can’t Say I Ain’t Country, following No. 1 lead single “Simple” and “Talk You Out of It,” which peaked at No. 11.

Listen to “Blessings” below.

photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com

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