Tensions run high between Florida Georgia Line members Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, who play brothers in their brand new music video for "May We All".
The song features Tim McGraw, who plays a veteran race car driver who has a broken arm and cannot compete. He runs a shop and lets two of his employees, Kelley and Hubbard, drive his cars if they split their winnings with him 70/30.
McGraw serves as their crew chief and gives them pointers throughout the three races. The first race goes off without a hitch and both men come out smiling. Hubbard goes into the crowd, where his young daughter is watching him.
In the second race, Hubbard wins, but not before he cuts Kelley off, sending him into the mud. Kelley immediately jumps out of his car to confront Hubbard with a few shoves. He clearly isn't happy.
Their brotherhood is put to the test when Kelley wants to serve up revenge in the final night race, but his actions leave Hubbard upside down in his car as it goes up in flames. Kelley's passion for rescuing his brother will give you chills.
After an explosion, Kelley finally pulls Hubbard from the car. They sit down next to each other in relief.
"Did I win?" Hubbard asked Kelley from behind an oxygen mask.
"Yeah, brother," he replied. "We all did."
"May We All" is included on the duo's brand new Dig Your Roots album. It is the second single of the album, following "H.O.L.Y."
Watch the emotionally charged video below.
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