It was a jam-packed night on the May 9 episode of ‘The Voice,’ and that included a stellar performance from country duo Florida Georgia Line. The guys sang their romantic new song ‘H.O.L.Y’ and we totally loved it.
Florida Georgia Line took the stage on the May 9 episode of The Voice, and had the crowd totally swooning when they performed their brand new hit single “H.O.L.Y.” The track is already blowing up the charts and the pair totally proved why with a sultry rendition of what’s sure to be a summer hit!
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Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard kept things mellow and chill for the performance, with the latter seated at his piano and the former also sitting down on a stool to sing his melodies. The stripped-down track really gives the singers a chance to show off their vocals, and they sound pretty darn good!
The guys surprised fans by releasing the love song as the debut single from their upcoming third album Dig Your Roots, rather than choosing one of the party anthems they’re known for. However, the track shows a softer side to the guys, who are both happily married and clearly singing to their lovely wives. We’re lovin’ it!
The new album doesn’t have a release date just yet, but the guys will be hitting the road on the Dig Your Roots tour this summer to promote it, so if you check out one of their live shows, it’s likely you’ll get to hear some more stuff from the upcoming record! Stream FGL’s music completely unlimited and ad-free HERE.
Meanwhile, it was a night full of country on The Voice, because coach Blake Shelton, 39, is also hitting the stage, alongside his girlfriend, Gwen Stefani, 46, to sing their new hit “Go Ahead & Break My Heart.” The track, which literally tells the story of their romance, will be on Blake’s upcoming album If I’m Honest, out May 20. It’s certainly looking like a good summer for country music!
What did you think of Florida Georgia Line’s performance, HollywoodLifers?