When you write a hit, you've got to put it out. At least that's what country star Dustin Lynch realized this spring. Between tour stops supporting Brad Paisley, Lynch was drafting tunes with songwriters Justin Ebach and Andy Albert when, as he recalls, a breezy tune about finding the right girl just sort of fell out. But with his fourth album barely in the works— Current Mood , his third, which spawned two No. He couldn't wait. Today, Esquire. The couple-gone-bad treatment flips the feel good anthem on its head. With a laugh, he recalls: "We had several meetings where I thought I had great ideas and would go in and pitch and then people would start poking holes in it. It was tough, we're always trying to do something that people want to watch more than once. Shot in the Mojave Desert, it also gave Lynch the opportunity to act for a few hours.
It was released on May by Broken Bow as the lead single from his fourth studio album Tullahoma It's about a woman that Lynch describes as being perfect and has changed him for the better. It also peaked at numbers eight and 44 on both the Hot Country Songs and Hot charts respectively. It has sold 83, copies in the United States as of January The song achieved similar success in Canada, reaching number 11 on the Canada Country chart. An accompanying music video for the song, directed by Mason Dixon, tells a story inspired by Bonnie and Clyde. Lynch released the single in mid following the poor chart performance of his previous single "I'd Be Jealous Too".
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