Dustin Lynch Pranks Fans With Track Listing for ‘Current Mood’
Dustin Lynch has revealed the track listing for his upcoming album, Current Mood -- but it turns out it's been right in front of his fans' faces for a while now!
Lynch revealed the songs for his much-anticipated third studio album in a press release on Tuesday (Aug. 22), admitting that he's been slowly posting them online without his fans realizing it in a series of social media posts. Those humorous leaks depicted the rising country star wearing a series of T-shirts with slogans that turned out to be titles of songs from Current Mood, as well as lyrics and even the song sequence.
Lynch has already scored a No 1 hit with "Seein' Red," the first single from the project. The album's second single, "Small Town Boy," currently sits at No. 2 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart, and Lynch has also revealed another song from Current Mood, a duet with Little Big Town singer Karen Fairchild titled "Love Me or Leave Me Alone."
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Lynch wrote or co-wrote 7 of the 13 tracks on Current Mood, working with some of the biggest songwriters in Nashville including Rhett Akins, Ben Hayslip, Ross Copperman, Jon Nite, Zach Crowell, Craig Wiseman and Ashley Gorley. He drew on the talents of a number of different producers to shape the tracks, including Copperman, Crowell, Brent Anderson, Mickey Jack Cones and more.
Current Mood is set for release on Sept. 8.
Lynch will hit the road in November for his headlining Ride or Die Tour, which will hit 11 cities across an array of theaters, clubs and dancehalls. Michael Ray, Lanco and Ryan Hurd will join him on select dates.
Dustin Lynch, Current Mood Track Listing:
1. "I’d Be Jealous Too"
2. "Seein’ Red"
3. "Small Town Boy"
4. "Why We Call Each Other"
5. "Here We Come"
6. "Love Me or Leave Me Alone"
7. "Back on It"
8. "I Wish You Were Beer"
9. "State Lines"
10. "Party Song"
11. "New Girl"
12. "Why Not Tonight"
13. "Sun Don’t Go Down on That"
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