Brian Kelley Drops ‘See You Next Summer’ As New Single [WATCH]

Brian Kelley has a new song out. The former Florida Georgia Line member just dropped his solo “See You Next Summer.” The song was written by HARDY, Hillary Lindsey and David Garcia.

“When I first heard it, I was smiling the whole way through,” Kelley says. “I’ve lived this song. It was striking chords all over my body, I felt it in my soul.”

Kelley released “See You Next Summer” on Big Machine Label Group, after joining their roster in 2022.

While Kelley hasn’t ruled out reuniting with his former Florida Georgia Line partner, Tyler Hubbard, at some point in the future, for now Kelley is fully committed to his solo career.

“That was a question that we talked about prior, actually, because at the beginning he really wanted to do both,” Kelley previously shared with Everything Nash and other outlets during a virtual media event. “And I thought about it and slept on it. We talked to life coaches. It wasn’t just an overnight decision, but I came to the conclusion that for me, whatever it was that I was doing, I wanted to give it 100 percent. And I felt like it was only fair for BK. to give himself 100 percent if he was going to do this, step out and do the solo thing.”

Kelley, who previously released BK’s Wave Pack and Sunshine State of Mind, both on Warner Music, admits being a solo artist instead of part of a duo is both challenging and exhilarating.

“It’s definitely different,” Kelley told E! News. “I’ve really enjoyed it. I’m really having a great time with it. It’s super fulfilling. It’s a little bit different muscle in terms of, I can just captain my own ship. I love both. That’s the cool thing about it. I love FGL. I love what we’ve built. I’m super protective of it. I’m super proud of it.

“It’s been a ride of a lifetime,” he continued. “I’m just trying to be as authentic as I can with my stuff, and just own my lane, what I do. I call it ‘coastal country, if you will. I’m just excited to share my voice and my songs, and honestly at the end of the day, challenge myself.”

Find “See You Next Summer” and all of Kelley’s music and upcoming shows, at

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Big Machine Records / Ben Christensen