Florida Georgia Line's music video for their new song "Women" is simple, yet beautiful. The duo takes fans directly inside the NightBird Studio in West Hollywood, where they recorded the song with co-writer Jason Derulo.

Shot entirely in black and white, the video shows the collaborators brainstorming ideas for the song.

"Let's write something soulful, something that's real," FGL's Tyler Hubbard puts forth as he starts to play a melody on the piano.

"It makes me think about my wife and my grandma and my mom...just the beauty of their spirit. It feels like we're going to church, for sure," bandmate Brian Kelley asserts, while Derulo adds, "This song could just be an all-encompassing celebration of women."

The track begins to play as Hubbard, Kelley and Derulo step into the recording booth to sing their parts of the song, in between shots of them working out the song and putting the pieces together.

"Women / Sweet sweet women / You keep the world spinnin' / And love in our eyes, it's what you do / Women / Beautiful women / We're all better off with 'em / Right by our sides," they sing in harmony, with the "Cruise" hitmakers bringing a bit of twang to their vocals while Derulo delivers his signature falsetto over a stripped down, soulful melody.

"This one is a celebration of every mother, daughter, sister and lover that make our lives worth living. Where would we be without the women in our lives???" Derulo wrote in a tweet when he shared the song on Friday (Feb. 1).

"Women" is one of the tracks fans have heard in advance of Florida Georgia Line's upcoming album, Can't Say I Ain't Country. It follows the release of two singles, "Simple" and "Talk You Out of It," and two more tracks titled "Colorado" and "People Are Different" that FGL have shared online The album drops on Feb. 15. They'll embark on a tour of the same name beginning in June.

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