It seems like Anything Goes for country duo Florida Georgia Line these days, so that's what the new album will be called. Today (Aug. 15), Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, aka, Florida Georgia Line, appeared on Good Morning America to reveal the title, release date and artwork for their new album.
"We got some new information on our brand new album, record two. Release date is Oct. 14, 2014," Kelley said. "And the title of the new record, too... Do you want to tell them?"
"We had to call this one Anything Goes. That's our motto for album two," said Hubbard.
The new fall effort will be Florida Georgia Line's first studio effort since its 2012 debut album Here's To The Good Times, which spawned the mega-hit "Cruise." Due to the duo's unprecedented success, it seems like album no. 2 will be all about their meteoric rise to fame.
"This whole album is kind of like how album one was for us... kind of where we are at this point in our lives, who we've become," he continued. "To be honest, we've learned a lot from our fans and a lot from playing every single night for the last three years. So, we're excited. We tried to step up our game, and we're ready for you guys to hear it."
In addition to sharing the album's title and release date, Florida Georgia Line also showed off the record's simplistic cover, which was later posted on the band's official Instagram page for a closer view.
The album cover itself is pretty simplistic, with Kelley and Hubbard standing against a dirty white brick wall, with the band's name and album title above them in a graffiti font.
Check it out below:
The album is currently being led by single "Dirt."