Country singer-songwriter Dustin Lynch recently shared “Chevrolet,” a collaboration with Jelly Roll.
The song is from Lynch’s upcoming sixth studio album, Killed the Cowboy. The 12-track album is scheduled for release on September 29.
The song was co-written by Chase McGill, Jessi Alexander, Hunter Phelps, and Mentor Williams.
“Chevrolet” is the second track to be released from Killed the Cowboy after its title track.
Speaking about the inspiration behind the album, Lynch said, “When I’m off the road and working on my farm, I have a lot of inner dialogue. It’s a boxing match inside of me, between living in the moment and enjoying where I am, versus what’s the best version of me five, 10, or 20 years down the road.”
“What do I want to be? What do I want life to look like? Who do I want to be around? Killed the Cowboy is that back-and-forth,” he continues. “It’s me asking myself, ‘Am I okay? Or am I weird for not having found my person yet? And is she even out there?’
“My hope is that this album finds someone who needs to hear it,” adds Lynch. “I want Killed the Cowboy to embrace the single people of the world and lift them up, to let them know that you don’t have to live a ‘normal’ life to still be happy in your own skin.”
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