Florida Georgia Line Previews 'Sippin' on Fire' Video and Tyler Hubbard's Bachelor Party Plans

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Florida Georgia Line is burning up the Las Vegas desert in their new music video, "Sippin' on Fire."

"It's a hot spot," Brian Kelley tells ET. "The song's hot, so the video needs to match that." Watch the video above for an exclusive look behind the scenes!

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FGL burst into the spotlight back in 2012 with "Cruise," which remains the top-selling country music digital single of all time. "Sippin' on Fire" is the third single off the boys' sophomore albumAnything Goes, which debuted atop the Billboard 200 albums chart late last year. Kelley and Tyler Hubbard tell ET that they're "already working on record three" and open up about their recipe for success.

"There's a lot of great recipes for a great country song, and definitely whiskey is part of that," Kelley says with a laugh. Adds Hubbard, "I think there's more depth to our music than whiskey, beer, pretty women and big trucks, you know. I mean, that's part of our lifestyle. We have two beautiful girls in our life and we like to drink and have a good time, and we both have jacked up trucks, so we're gonna sing about that. But at the same time, our music is deeper than that."

Speaking of "beautiful girls," Kelley recently celebrated his first wedding anniversary with wife Brittney Cole and Hubbard is set to wed longtime girlfriend Hayley Stommel this summer.

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"I couldn't be more excited, it's gonna be awesome," Hubbard gushed of his upcoming nuptials.

"They're a great couple, they're perfect," Kelley adds. "I'm excited about the wedding -- pumped! I've actually deemed myself the wedding planner, the best man, kinda everything. I'm running the ship here for the wedding," he says with a laugh.

That includes the bachelor party.

"We're gonna actually kick it at Tyler's farm," Kelley says. "We're gonna have all the groomsmen up and I think the recipe for that would be dirt bikes, some whiskey, some cigars, and probably a lot of fires, man. It's gonna be a good time."

Looks like they're off to a good start: there's plenty of fire in their full-length music video, debuting Wednesday on Vevo.

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