On the other hand, early on, Brody does use the term "brah," though it's even hard too be too critical of that, given that he's not trying to be one of the bros, and it is a song about hippies.
Overall, I do like the song and would be more positive than negative on country radio. It's far from perfect, but there's nothing wrong with a song like that every now and then. It's fun without resorting to making an ass out of the person having fun. It's not just another night having a party out in a field. In fact, there at least seems to be some sort of introspection going on - not knowing where the party they're at is headed, but just enjoying it for the moment.
I tend to always like Brody's music. His albums always feel very relaxing and have a good mix of songs on them. His previous album Crop Circles had a lot of good tracks, though the single selection probably could have been a little better with half of them being "fun" songs and the other half being more "substantive." Brody is good at putting out a good fun song, but he's also got some great songs with some real meat behind them which are even better.
I'll have to hear the rest of his new album Gypsy Road, due out April 21st, before really knowing if it was the right choice for a first single from the album. It's unlikely we'll hear it on American radio one way or another, given how iHeartRadio and Cumulus both tend to ignore Canadian Artists.