WATCH: Florida Georgia Line Share Video For 'Simple'

Florida Georgia Line’s new song “Simple” was written (with Michael Hardy and Mark Holman) as a reminder to Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley to not get too caught up in the whirlwind of their career. 

“For us it’s just finding a good balance,” said Hubbard. “The day we wrote this song we were just trying to be reminded of that. Everything was going 100 miles an hour. 

“We were on the road and I remember last year was kind of a whirlwind and I think for us we just have to probably on a weekly basis remind ourselves to alright, let’s take a few days off, let’s recharge, let’s get re-grounded if you will, get re-balanced.”

Hubbard and Kelley each have their own way of getting re-grounded. “For BK that’s hanging out at their place at the beach,” said Hubbard.

He added: “We also love to work so hard that sometimes we have to force ourself to take a day off, put our cell phones away because we’re all live in a world where everything’s super-fast, super digital, and there’s tons of distractions everywhere.

“So now it’s something that we have to kind of be consciously aware of and make sure we find time and make time for ourself.”

These days things are pretty hectic for Florida Georgia Line as they work on their fourth album and tour the festival circuit this summer.

Original article by Chandler Reeves at iHeartRadio