Platinum-selling duo Florida Georgia Line show their unconditional love for their significant others in the just released "God, Your Mama and Me" music video. Hit-making group Backstreet Boys--known for such hits as "I Want It That Way," "Quit Playing Games (with My Heart)" and "As Long As You Love Me"--join in on showing their wives and girlfriends what they truly mean to them. There are roses, walks on the beach, spa trips and plenty of champagne to go around. "That Sunday morning choir calling, church doors open wide That hallelujah shoot right through ya, make you feel alive," FGL bandmate Tyler Hubbard croons on the song's potent and romantic first verse. "That key under the mat, you know right where it's at. It's waiting with the porch light on. Don't bother calling, no need for knocking, just come on home. Come on home, my love is never gonna run dry, never gonna come up empty."
"Now until the day I die, unconditionally. You know I'm always gonna be here for ya," he attests on the chorus. "No one's ever gonna love you more than god, your mama, and me."
The visual--splashed with Go Pro and iPhone footage--is directed by TK McKamy, who has helmed such previous clips as "Confession." McKamy has also collaborated with the likes of Thomas Rhett ("Crash and Burn," "Die a Happy Man"), Maddie & Tae ("Girl in a Country Song") and Ronnie Dunn, among others.
"God, Your Mama and Me" is the latest single from the duo's ACM-nominated Dig Your Roots collection, which also contains previous hits in "H.O.L.Y." and "May We All."
On how they linked up with the '90s pop band, Brian Kelley told Entertainment Weekly last year, "[Backstreet Boys'] Nick [Carter] just started hollering at me and Tyler. He was going back and forth between Nashville and L.A. doing some writing and some song searching, so I passed him some songs and folks. And he ended up on our bus before our CMA set in June , and the song was mastered, we had already done all of our vocals, but he loved it. A week later they were putting their vocals on it! They were my first concert in the sixth grade! House of Blues, Orlando, Florida!”
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Watch "God, Your Mama and Me" below: