Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Dustin Lynch gets in the 'Mood'

Dustin Lynch has revealed the official track list for his third album, Current Mood (out 9/8 via Broken Bow).

After partnering with iHeartRadio to unveil the complete details worldwide across all iHeartCountry station sites today (8/22), Lynch admitted he’s actually been posting the info to his social media following for weeks.

Earlier this month, he began posting photos of himself wearing T-shirts covered in what turned out to be song titles, lyrics, and the album’s sequence – hiding the truth about his genre-bending, three-year obsession of a project in plain sight.

Track listing:

1. “I’d Be Jealous Too” (‪Dustin Lynch, Ross Copperman, Jon Nite) – Producer: Ross Copperman
2. “Seein’ Red” (Tully Kennedy, Kurt Allison, Steve Bogard, Jason Sever) – Producer: Mickey Jack Cones
3. “Small Town Boy” (Rhett Akins, Ben Hayslip, Kyle Fishman) – Producer: Zach Crowell
4. “Why We Call Each Other” (‪Dustin Lynch, Lee Miller, Ross Copperman) – Producer: Ross Copperman
5. “Here We Come” (‪Dustin Lynch, Zach Crowell, Jon Nite) – Producer: Zach Crowell
6. “Love Me or Leave Me Alone” (Dustin Christensen, Chris Gelbuda) – Producer: Ross Copperman
7. “Back On It” (Brent Anderson, Will Weatherly, Smith Ahnquist) – Producers: Brent Anderson & Will Weatherly
8. “I Wish You Were Beer” (Jon Nite, Josh Osborne, Justin Ebach) – Producer: Ross Copperman
9. “State Lines” (‪Dustin Lynch, Kyle Fishman, Andy Albert) – Producer: Mickey Jack Cones
10. “Party Song” (Brett Tyler, ‪Craig Wiseman, Morgan Wallen) – Producer: Mickey Jack Cones
11. “New Girl” (‪Dustin Lynch, Zach Crowell, Ashley Gorley) – Producer: Zach Crowell
12. “Why Not Tonight” (‪Dustin Lynch, ‪Jimmy Robbins, Jon Nite) – Producer: Ross Copperman
13. “Sun Don’t Go Down On That” (‪Dustin Lynch, Ross Copperman, Jon Nite) – Producer: Ross Copperman

This fall, Lynch will embark on a headlining run, beginning in November with openers Ryan Hurd, LANCO, and Michael Ray on select dates.

Initial tour dates:

11/3 - Fayetteville, NC – Crown Coliseum *+
11/4 - Atlanta, GA – Coca Cola Roxy Theatre *+
11/10 - Oklahoma City, OK – Diamond Ballroom +
11/11 - San Antonio, TX – Cowboys Dancehall +
11/12 - Houston, TX – House of Blues +
12/2 - New York, NY – PlayStation Theater ^
12/3 - Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore ^
12/7 - Stockton, CA – Bob Hope Theatre ^
12/8 - Los Angeles, CA – The Novo ^
12/10 - Las Vegas, NV – The Cosmopolitan ^
12/17 - Grand Rapids, MI – 20 Monroe Live ^
*Michael Ray
^Ryan Hurd

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