Few country groups have catapulted onto the scene as quickly or as loudly as Florida Georgia Line.  They released their debut album on December 4, 2012 when their first single, Cruise, was already a major hit.

Here's to the Good Times was the No. 1 country album and is well on it's way to platinum status.  Cruise, in addition to it's incredible popularity among country fans, has become a crossover pop hit thanks to a remix with rapper Nelly.

Now, even with the growing popularity of singles like Get Your Shine On and Round Here, the duo is looking to their next album.

Brian Kelley tells Rolling Stone, "[We've] already got about 13 or 14 songs that we can't not cut. Now the hard part is juggling – figuring out which ones we're gonna be keeping, which ones we're gonna let go."

Can they repeat the success of Here's to the Good Times?  Well, Tyler Hubbard wants to go even bigger.  He says, "We want to top our first record."

Florida Georgia Line will be in Charlotte Friday with Luke Bryan.