Friday, July 1, 2022 – Dustin Lynch is riding the feel good vibes with the release of "Fish In The Sea" today.
"It's that time of the year," said Lynch. "Time to keep the 'blue in the sky' and bring a little bit of that feel-good energy into the holiday weekend. This song takes me on a vacation - living life on the water and in a party mode state of mind. I hope it does that for you, too. Crank it up."
The Lynch, Jordan Minton, and Matt Dragstrem-penned catch offers a beachy country tribute to living life like a salt-kissed vacation.
A video directed by Brad Hersh and Jack Owens was released. In the video, Lynch boards the Nashville Party Barge for a cruise on wheels down Music City's Lower Broadway plus a parking lot stop at Little Chill Beach, while welcoming real-life friends Cornbread and Corbin Wilson along for the rowdy excursion.
The song is on Lynch's fifth studio album, "Blue in the Sky," which also includes the hit "Thinking 'Bout You (featuring MacKenzie Porter)."
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