Republic NashvilleWhile Florida Georgia Line‘s latest hit, “Dirt,” continues its climb to the top of the country airplay chart, the duo is getting a head start on a new video for a brand-new song called “Sun Daze.” FGL’s Brian Kelley confirmed via Instagram they were filming the clip in Nashville this week.

As previously reported, “Sun Daze” contains a reference to getting stoned, but FGL’s Tyler Hubbard tells ABC News Radio they’ve got an edited version of the song suited for country radio.

He says, “Man, it was actually a Sunday when we finished it, and it just fit perfectly. So, we love that song. Wanted to cut it, and definitely did a little radio edit. We’re excited about playing that one live, for sure.”

“Dirt” and “Sun Daze” are both included on Florida Georgia Line’s upcoming album, Anything Goes, and they’ve already added the title track to their set list.

“That’s a fun one,” Tyler says. “That gets the crowd going. They don’t even know it yet.”

Tyler also highlights a new song called “Every Night” he expects will get a big reaction from concert crowds. Look for FGL’s new album, Anything Goes, to come out October 14.

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