Friday, May 14, 2021 – Dustin Lynch and Chris Lane are out today with "Tequila On A Boat."
"'Tequila On A Boat' is a song that points to the absolute perfect day during the summertime," said Lynch. "I love being on the water. There's just something that's grounding to me, and I've made so many memories over the years with great friends, being on a boat and just doing life together. Pumped one of those buddies, Chris Lane, could join me for this song and bring even more of a party to it."
The Zach Crowell-produced sunny, buddy-country anthem was penned by Hillary Lindsey, Justin Ebach and Matt Alderman.
Lynch also dropped a music video directed by Mason Dixon. From a bachelorette party to some skinny-dippers, fans can keep watch for Lynch and Lane, as individual parties pop off all around them.
This marks Lynch's second recently-released collaboration, as he his current single "Thinking 'Bout You," features MacKenzie Porter.
Next up, Lynch heads to Vegas for Dustin Lynch Pool Situation: Vegas on June 3-6. Lynch will host curated parties and a headliner show, alongside performances featuring guest artists Jordan Davis, HARDY and DJ sets from Brandi Cyrus.
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