You heard it here first, Horses on the Beach will be the next Billboard Hot Country #1 from Florida Georgia Line. And we’ve got the footage to prove it.
But first – watch as Brian Kelley films his own beach boardwalk tumble during a rendition of this song that may or may not become real.
The Florida Georgia Line boys are clearly having a great time at the beach. Posting to his Instagram today, the “Florida half” of the duo, Brian Kelley, proves he’s not exempt from his own sense of humor.
As the duo & their bandmates walk down the boardwalk from the beach, Tyler Hubbard can be seen smiling and singing along to a tune clearly inspired by their beach days. In addition to cheery guitar playing, the sunglasses-laden Hubbard is clearly having a blast alongside Kelley.
Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line Films His Own Fall
“When you just get done finishing a song on the beach with the boys and you gotta capture the vibe on the walk back,” Kelley captions the video.
As his bandmates continue to compose future hit Horses on the Beach, Kelley walks backward filming down the boardwalk. All goes well, until, well… “Lol wait for it…….somehow I stuck the landing, two feet, anything for the shot 🤣🤣🤣🤣😂😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣😂😂😂,” Kelley captions the event. Hubbard can be seen warning his pal of his impending doom, but it’s too late. Kelley takes the fall and stumbles his way into somehow sticking the landing, as he points out.
“LOL can’t wait for y’all to hear #horsesonthebeach,” he adds, citing his own tumble. All in good fun!
Duo Thrives Amid Political Differences
If Brian Kelley’s latest Instagram post is proof of anything – it’s that the Florida Georgia Line duo are still perfect pals all these years on. This is no small feat, either, as each has expressed polar-opposite political views amongst America’s increasingly divided political climate.
In a revealing interview, Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line opens up about how the band deals with these “different views”, and how they focus to stay “grateful”.
Speaking to their record label, Tyler Hubbard starts off by trying to stay positive despite everything in 2020, including his testing positive for COVID-19. As a result, the Georgia half of the duo had to drop out of the CMA Awards. This, coupled with other factors, has Hubbard saying that 2020 has been the toughest year of his life.
So how is Hubbard dealing with the low blows 2020 keeps on bringing? “Someone told us at some point that it’s hard to have a bad day or be in a bad mood if you’re thinking about what you’re grateful for,” Hubbard tells GFL’s record label.
“I mean, obviously we have days that we struggle with this,” he continues. “But just trying to live in a mindset of being grateful, you know? We have a ton to be grateful for, so, really, it’s not hard. It’s just a matter of telling yourself, ‘Hey! Look around for a second and realize where you’re at.’”
“So, I don’t know, it’s a lifestyle that we’ve tried to adapt and a mindset that we’ve tried to adapt and it just makes life so much more beautiful,” Hubbard adds in addition.
For much more on how Hubbard and Kelley make Florida Georgia Line work so well amidst their differences, head over to the full article and interview here.
[H/T Brian Kelley]