Florida Georgia Line & Tim McGraw Hit the Racetrack in 'May We All' Video: Watch

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Florida Georgia Line and Tim McGraw in the video forĀ "May We All."

Now that they've conquered country music, could Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley have their eyes on Hollywood? The telegenic twosome give acting a try in the video for "May We All," the latest single from their Dig Your Roots album. Playing car-racing brothers alongside mechanic/spotter Tim McGraw, the pair strap on helmets and hit a dirt track in the short film about racing, family and doing what it takes to win. The TK McKamy-directed clip even features a bit of cliffhanger drama. 

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“Working with Tim on the video was absolutely incredible,” Kelley said in a press release according to The Boot. “Watching him show up pretty much in character the whole time, ready as can be and giving advice — his spirit is amazing, and we took notes all day. It is really crazy because we grew up on Tim, and having him on the song feels like his stamp of approval.” The video was shot at Tennessee National Raceway in Hohenwald, Tennessee and Hubbard said it was a chance to do explore new ground.

"We always like to mix things up and push ourselves to do new things," Hubbard said. "Going full speed ahead with a video that is a mini-movie with more acting was a challenging and fun ride. We can’t wait for the world to see it!”

Go to the duo's official site to see some 360 VR video of the shoot.