12 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The backroads-party vibe is turned up high on tracks like “Sun Daze,” “Sippin’ on Fire,” and the title number, letting Florida Georgia Line celebrate the pleasures of hot Southern nights and steamy young love in fine style. “Dirt”—a thoughtful ode to roots, family, and Mother Earth—reveals a more sober side without slowing down the album’s upbeat momentum.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The backroads-party vibe is turned up high on tracks like “Sun Daze,” “Sippin’ on Fire,” and the title number, letting Florida Georgia Line celebrate the pleasures of hot Southern nights and steamy young love in fine style. “Dirt”—a thoughtful ode to roots, family, and Mother Earth—reveals a more sober side without slowing down the album’s upbeat momentum.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
2.2K Ratings
2.2K Ratings
RandyJM ,

Whats wrong with country music!

These guys are what's wrong with country music, I'm sure a lot of people like it, lets make a new genre of music, let's not call this country music.

Lukie151515 ,

ANYTHING GOES

FGL cannot do any wrong. Every single song they put out is golden and I love Sun Daze. It's the perfect party/feel good music and I can't wait for this album to drop. Keep partying FGL!!

ben rikhoff ,

Is Repetition the fate of "Dude Country"?

I think...YES!!!! Why is it that every FGL song sounds the same. Jeans, boobs, beer, trucks. We need depth in the country music genre RIGHT NOW. FGL is not going to be our saving grace, neither will Paisley, or the other nameless clones that have denimed, drunk, and reved their way into the industry. Expand on your topics, tackle some deeper subjects, and get into the emotion behind what it means to be "country". Thats what matters in music, emotion. I want to know what its like to be a middle america farm boy. Give me feeling, not boobs and beer. I can buy that in any corner store in america

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