Florida Georgia Line have a new song for fans, "Y'all Boys" featuring Hardy, which they dropped at midnight ET Friday morning (Feb. 8). The tune, which can be heard above in the lyric video, is an upbeat ode to genuine country dudes — the parameters of which the duo explore in the song.

Although they are careful to assure fans that they aren't dissing on guys who "listen to new school" and wear the kind of boots "you ain't supposed to get muddy," FGL makes it clear that this song is for a different type. Over a playful, flickering guitar line, they affirm that they're saluting boys with southern drawls, who drink "homemade alcohol on a Saturday night" and are the buddies you call when your truck is broken down.

"Man, I'm glad I'm one of y'all boys," they affirm in the roaring, fist-pumping chorus of "Y'all Boys." This anthem is truly one for the boys, and clearly has a bright future at fun events such as graduations, guys' nights out and bachelor parties!

For those not familiar with Hardy, he was first discovered as a songwriter with cuts from Florida Georgia Line on his resume, including the duo's smash collaboration with Wallen, "Up Down." Hardy released his debut EP, This Ole Boy, in October of 2018, and he co-wrote all four songs, working with some of the top songwriters in Nashville.

"Y'all Boys" is off FGL's upcoming album Can't Say I Ain't Country, which will be on shelves Feb. 15 (it is currently available for pre-order). FGL are set to hit the road on their Can't Say I Ain't Country Tour in June.

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