Florida Georgia Line, Tim McGraw Drop ‘May We All’ Music Video
Florida Georgia Line recently selected "May We All," their collaboration with Tim McGraw, as the second single from their newest album, Dig Your Roots, and on Monday evening (Aug. 29), the duo dropped a mini-movie music video for the track, featuring fast cars, an intense storyline and, of course, McGraw, too.
The "May We All" video features FGL's Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard as race car-driving brothers and McGraw as a mechanic and spotter. Directed by TK McKamy, Kelley and Hubbard spent two days filming the new clip at the Tennessee National Raceway in Hohenwald, Tenn., about 90 minutes southwest of Nashville.
“Working with Tim on the video was absolutely incredible,” Kelley says in a press release. “Watching him show up pretty much in character the whole time, ready as can be and giving advice -- his spirit is amazing, and we took notes all day. It is really crazy because we grew up on Tim, and having him on the song feels like his stamp of approval.”
Adds Hubbard, "We always like to mix things up and push ourselves to do new things. Going full speed ahead with a video that is a mini-movie with more acting was a challenging and fun ride. We can’t wait for the world to see it!”
"May We All" isn't the only collaboration featured on Dig Your Roots, either: In addition to McGraw, the project also features the Backstreet Boys and Ziggy Marley. The collaborations may seem like a random set, but they all fit into the theme of the album as a whole.
“This is a year of digging our roots, past, present and future, laying it down and being thankful and realizing where we’re at, and putting that in our music,” Kelley tell The Boot. “This album is full of our roots.”
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