Florida Georgia Line has debuted the video for "Dirt," the first single from their upcoming sophomore album. The single quickly jumped to the No. 1 song position across all genres on iTunes.
The video stars singer-songwriter J.D. Souther, better known to younger audiences for his recurring role as producer Watty White on the ABC drama "Nashville."
The country duo is on a two-day media tour to promote the new song, which includes a Tuesday night performance on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on NBC.
Watch the new video in the media player above.
Along with the single’s release, the duo launched its Dirt Campaign in conjunction with the fundraising platform Omaze to benefit Habitat for Humanity, a global nonprofit which creates affordable housing for low-income families.
“From day one, we knew that we wanted to make this bigger than the music and be able to give back in as many ways as we can.” says FGL’s Brian Kelley in a press release.
“We have been beyond blessed these past few years, putting down our own roots in Nashville,” adds FGL’s Tyler Hubbard. “After hearing ‘Dirt’ we knew that we wanted to help build houses with people who would not be able to on their own and we are grateful to join Habitat for Humanity in their efforts.”
The duo has set out to raise at least $100,000 for Habitat for Humanity through the Dirt Campaign. Fans are being asked to donate when they enter for the chance to win a trip for two on FGL's "This Is How We Cruise,” a four-day cruise which will set sail from Miami on November 8. The winner will get a private FGL serenade of “Dirt,” among other prizes. To donate and join the Dirt Campaign, visit www.omaze.com/fgl.