Florida Georgia Line
Written by Cary Barlowe, Sarah Buxton, Jesse Frasure, Tyler Hubbard, and Brian Kelley
Apparently, this is the real second single from Florida Georgia Line’s new album. “Anything Goes”, which we reviewed last month, was just a promotional single to preview the album.
I didn’t think it was possible for the real second single to be worse than that record.
“Sun Daze” is much, much worse than that record.
“Burnin’ it Down”
Written by Rodney Clawson, Tyler Hubbard, Brian Kelley, and Chris Tompkins
Country music isn’t historically prudish. It covers the topical gambit of love, drinking, cheating, murder and, yes, even passion. Conway Twitty, Alabama, Charlie Rich, even Alan Jackson ,as well as many others, haven’t shied away from memorably singing about sexual intimacy. But their songs maintained a respect for the intimacy, which Jason Aldean’s “Burnin” it Down” grossly fails to do. Instead, the song is high octane graphic with no sense of real intimacy and nothing left up to the imagination.