Their other release is "Get Your Shine On." Heavy on the twang and banjo, this song will get stuck in your head like any catchy song will do. Best line on the album right here: Slide that little sugar shaker over here and get your shine on. And one party song just rolls right into another. The title track "Here's To The Good Times" will have you swaying and toasting to your friends while sitting on your dropped tailgate.
The party keeps on going with "Tip It Back." Nothing subtle here. It's a catchy song about relaxing and having a drink. If you had a long day or a long week / grab a longneck if you’re with me / C’mon, now, holler hell yeah ’cause tonight we’re here to party / And don’t worry about anything except what’s in your glass / Whether it’s a cold beer, tequila or a double shot of Jack / Yeah all you need to do tonight is tip it back. Oh yeah. This is definitely my favorite song on the album. It's going on the summer playlist for sure!
In fact, the whole album belongs there. If it had been released in May, it probably would have flown off the shelves. It's a perfect summer album. A December release right before Christmas was kinda odd, but it did coincide with their number 1 song. I could see them releasing another song this spring to revitalize the album. My call is "It'z Just What We Do." Now it's late night underneath the moonlight / Everybody's feelin' right / sippin' on a bud light... / it's our backwoods, boondocks brew / it's just what we do. Sounds good to me.
Until that time... keep Florida Georgia Line in mind as your building your playlists for your beach trips and lake getaways. Here's to the good times!