Tennessee native Dustin Lynch introduced his new album “Current Mood” to the country music scene just last week. While his music resembles the traditional country music traits of George Strait, Lynch combines his country roots with contemporary elements.
Lynch’s popularity soared in 2012, when his self-titled album hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Album Charts, and his single “Cowboys and Angels” exceeded platinum sales. His distinctive edgy style has allowed Lynch to gain more recognition in the country music industry.
His latest album,“Current Mood,” is composed of various songs that describe his mood in the lyrical setting. Lynch’s new hit single, “Small Town Boy,” has a dark mood, as he sings about a woman falling in love with a small town country boy.
To go along with the release of “Current Mood,” Lynch announced his upcoming 2017 “Ride or Die Tour.” As an upcoming artist, he spent the past few years as a opening act for country superstars like Luke Bryan and Brad Paisley. Now, Lynch is able to fully express the meaning of his moods as he advances through the next step of his music career.