The members of Brothers Osborne are closing in on the top spot on the country charts with their single, “Stay a Little Longer,” and the tune just earned the duo their first gold record for sales of more than 500-thousand. They were presented with the plaque during their appearance on NBC’s Today show Tuesday morning (January 19th). See the video of their interview here.

The song starts off sweetly, but ends with a scorching guitar solo, all of which showcase the brothers’ many musical facets. “With this kind of natural flow of it being this kind of almost sad, kind of balladish kind of feeling song in the verses, and then it kind of ramps up by the time you’re in the choruses,” says TJ Osborne. “It gives it an almost like a party vibe to it, and then it ends with this wailing guitar solo in it. For us, it does represent all these different things we do.”

“Stay a Little Longer” is from their debut album, Pawn Shop, which was released on Friday (January 15th).

The guys are nominated for a GRAMMY in the Best Country Duo/Group category for their hit single, “Stay a Little Longer.” The 58th Annual Grammy Awards will air live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles February 15th at 8pm ET on CBS.