Current Single “See You Next Summer” Climbs Country Radio
NASHVILLE, TN (November 17, 2023) — DIAMOND-selling superstar Brian Kelley is proudly claiming where he comes from in cranked-up Country rocker, “How We’re Livin’.” Delivering a thundering tribute to knowing where you stand and going all out for what you love, listen here.
“‘How We’re Livin’’ is an authentic anthem celebrating family tradition and country living,” shares Kelley. “Most people know my love for the beach, but I’ve been in a cowboy hat since birth. This song is all about being proud of where you come from and living life to the fullest. I’m constantly inspired by everything around me, and these lyrics really do reflect a genuine connection to my roots and what’s influencing my forthcoming debut album.”
Co-penned by Kelley with Micah Carpenter, Jimmy Robbins, and Mark Trussell, the maxed-out anthem celebrates what Kelley calls the “country boy condition” – a born-country affliction of never doing anything halfway. Produced by Dann Huff, down-and-dirty guitars combine with pounding rhythms and sampled beats, as Kelley unleashes the full attitude of his rich vocal on the chest-thumping track. Embracing the rebellious nature of the backwoods lifestyle, “How We’re Livin’” is a passion-filled promise to keep the old-school traditions alive and well, while holding nothing back in the process.
Approaching his 10-year wedding anniversary with wife Brittney, the pair often spend time in her native Georgia. Whether it’s fishing, riding ATVs, or spending quality time in rocking chairs on the front porch, their down-home way of life reflects “How We’re Livin’.”
Further fusing their love of the outdoors with their Tribe Kelley fashion brand, the Kelleys recently announced their partnership with Mossy Oak, the industry leader in camouflage design and outdoor lifestyle apparel. Featuring Mossy Oak’s iconic Greenleaf pattern showcased on an array of Tribe Kelley’s most beloved products, the in-demand USA-made apparel is quickly selling out through Tribe Kelley’s official online store, as well as their brick-and-mortar location Tribe Kelley Surf Post in Grayton Beach, Florida. Check out their feature in WWD here.
Continuing to unveil new music off his forthcoming full-length debut album with Big Machine Records, Kelley’s current single “See You Next Summer” is Top 30-and-climbing, as he’s also delivered “See You Next Summer (Acoustic)” and “Dirt Cheap.”
ABOUT BRIAN KELLEY: With the anthemic delivery of his current single, “See You Next Summer,” and the Acoustic version, alongside “Dirt Cheap” and “How We’re Livin’,” DIAMOND-selling superstar Brian Kelley enters the next chapter of a record-breaking, history-making career. In the studio working on his full-length debut album with Big Machine Records, he first made waves with his passion project SUNSHINE STATE OF MIND in 2021 (which American Songwriter called “some of the best modern country put to tape.”) With a sold-out run of shows and back-to-back residencies at Tribe Kelley Surf Post in Grayton Beach, FL – owned by the Ormond Beach native and his wife Brittney – Kelley continues to diversify his thriving enterprise with collaborations including Tribe Kelley (with Brittney), Papa Surf Burger Bar (with Brittney; Jason and Brittany Aldean; Tom and Chris Glavine), and a partnership with Oyster City Brewing Company. Kelley is managed by Kevin Spellman and Jason Murray of Vector Management. First known as the Florida half of the GRAMMY®-nominated Florida Georgia Line, the ACM Breakout Artist of the Decade Award recipients garnered 19 career No. 1s and became the first and only act to achieve two RIAA DIAMOND singles in Country music history (14X PLATINUM No. 1s: “Cruise” and “Meant to Be” with Bebe Rexha). Surpassing 17 billion global streams, selling more than 40 million tracks and 4.8 million albums worldwide, plus playing to over 4 million fans, FGL has been honored by AMA, Billboard, CMA, and CMT Music Awards, as well as having a Florida Georgia Line: Mix It Up Strong exhibit at Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.