Dustin Lynch and Riley Green teamed up for a brand new, surprise duet, “Huntin’ Land.”
Co-written by Lynch alongside Andy Albert, Hunter Phelps and Will Weatherly, the just-released collaboration finds Lynch following the hunt over his heart, sticking out a bad relationship, not for the girl but for her daddy’s “Huntin’ Land.”
In the track, Lynch sings about going through hell for a little slice of God’s country, as he knows if he breaks her heart, he not only loses the girl and their relationship but also her daddy’s “Huntin’ Land.” So he sticks it out, biting the bullet (at least till December) for a couple of thousand acres up in Kentucky.
“‘Huntin’ Land’ is one of those fun songs that we can listen to and have a laugh at while hanging with our buddies,” Lynch said. “I’ve been playing this one out at shows recently, and it’s been cool watching fans react in real time to it. So pumped Riley [Green] was able to hop on it too. Now we need to get a hunt on the books!”
The Zach Crowell-produced track was accompanied by a music video that takes fans along for the ride on a hunt with Lynch and Green.
Directed by Matthew Paskert, watch as the avid outdoorsmen get Lynch’s own real-life farm in tip-top shape for hunting season. Fans can also spot cameo appearances by some of hunting’s most popular faces like the Drury Outdoors crew, Nate Hosie (HeadHunters TV), Phillip Culpepper (Realtree Outdoors), and Michael Waddell (Realtree Outdoors).
Watch the music video for the new tune below.
“Huntin’ Land” follows Lynch’s latest chart-climbing power duet, “Thinking ‘Bout You,” which features MacKenzie Porter.
Additionally, on October 30, Grand Ole Opry member, Lynch, is set to appear among a star-studded lineup featuring Garth Brooks, Darius Rucker, Trisha Yearwood, and more, for the Opry’s historic 5,000th Saturday night broadcast.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit Opry.com/5000.