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- Song Name: Hell of a Night
- Artist Name / Band Name: Dustin Lynch
- Produced By: Mickey Jack Cones
- Album Name: Where It’s At
- Release Date: November 3, 2014
- Genre: Country
- Record Label: Broken Bow
- Written By: Zach Crowell, Adam Sanders, Jaron Boyer
- Performance: Peaked at No.
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Dustin Lynch – Hell Of A Night Review
After the smash success, Lynch has returned to the radio with “Hell Of A Night,” the second single from his second studio album. Surely he has passed through a hard time in exploring his persona as an artist. His latest single inclines afar more towards the alt. rock aspect of things and realizes him producing a more polished version, something that we can expect from Jason Aldean.
The song starts with a heavy and repetitive guitar that rules the intro and sets up the driving speed, hard drums joining in and semi-metal guitars rumbling underneath Lynch’s vocals, which for the record sound to a certain extent auto-tuned.
The song is released in November, 14 co-written by Zach Crowell, Jaron Boyer and Adam Sanders. The accompanying music video was premiered in May 2015 and directed by Michael Monaco. The song has 144,000 copies sold in the US till June 2015.
The song debuted at No. 66 US Billboard Hot 100 while peaked at No. 7 on US Billboard Country Airplay, charts of 2014-15.