Review: ‘Blue in the Sky’ – Dustin Lynch

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Dustin Lynch has never quite got the respect and the attention that he deserves over the past few years. In his own words he says how excited he is to go on his headline ‘Party Mode’ tour because he’s always had to be an opener.

His duet ‘Thinking Bout You’ with Mackenzie Porter was a game changer for both parties as it blew up last year and rightly so. That track, that topped the airplay charts for six weeks, features on Lynch’s latest record which is a fun loving celebration of life, inspired by the great outdoors lifestyle that he leads when he isn’t in the studio.

He teams up with Riley Green on ‘Huntin Land’ a more traditional sounding country song that boasts a bit of humour when it comes to love. Meanwhile, Chris Lane joins him for the laid back, fun loving ‘Tequila on a Boat’. Arena-ready ‘Stars Like Confetti’ is a real highlight on the record.

Lynch co-wrote five of the 12 songs whilst out in the country on writing retreats with friends. The end product is a superb collection of songs which is bound to be the soundtrack of the summer with a nice blend of ballads and upbeat, party numbers. In my opinion, it’s Lynch’s best album to date, I just hope he decides to bring his tour over here to the UK so we can all join in the fun! 

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