Florida Georgia Line are taking to the skies for their next album - by recording new tracks in a treehouse.
The Cruise stars are currently working on the follow-up for their 2014 chart-topping record Anything Goes, and Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard are going to new heights by hunkering down in Brian's Nashville, Tennessee treehouse home.
He recently took to Twitter to post a photo of himself in the studio, along with caption, "Treehouse studio sesh (session) on a #sunday nothin better."
Brian's unique, two-story backyard hideaway was built in 2014 by the crew behind U.S. TV programme Treehouse Masters. In addition to the recording studio, the rustic treehouse also includes a sleeping loft, living room and kitchenette.
As for new music, the duo recently promised fans it is aiming for an August (16) release.