FGL can "Talk You Out of It"
Monday, October 22, 2018
– Florida Georgia Line is out with a new single, "Talk You Out of It," which goes for adds on Nov. 5.
The song, the follow-up single to the hit "Simple," is slated to be on the duo's fourth studio album on BMLG Records. The song contains a smooth banjo riff mixed with R&B elements. HARDY, Hunter Phelps, Jameson Rogers and Alysa Vanderheym wrote the track produced Joey Moi.
"'Talk You Out of It' has a very different feel for us," said Taylor Hubbard. "It's the baby-making song on the album. But really, BK and I are always challenging ourselves creatively and knew that we had to record it when we first heard it."
FGL's Brian Kelley agrees. "The vibe was just so money. Nothing like a good date night in."
FGL released a lyric video for "Talk You Out of It."
There was no word on when the new disc would be released.
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