After taking “Ridin’ Roads” to the top of the charts, Dustin Lynch is back at country radio with a brand new single and he visited ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform the song on Tuesday (Feb. 25).
Lynch took to the popular late-night show’s outdoor stage for the television debut of “Momma’s House,” co-written by Dylan Schneider, Michael Lotten, Rodney Clawson and Justin Wilson. With his signature cowboy hat and captivating pearly-white smile, the Tennessee native delivered a solid performance of the track, which finds Lynch heartbroken over the memories of an ex.
“I’d burn this whole town down/ Pick a spot, dig a hole, put them ashes in the ground/ Baby, I’d burn this whole town down/ If it wasn’t for my momma’s house, my momma’s house,” he sings throughout the chorus.
“Momma’s House” is the latest single from Lynch’s new album, Tullahoma. Lynch says he’s gotten nothing but great feedback from his fans and peers about the track.
“I’ve heard a lot of expletives,” Lynch previously shared with Country Now. “[A lot of songwriters and artists] wishing that they had the song. [I’ve gotten comments] that it’s a special song, that they love the sound of it, and I think that’s a great indication, because of what the rest of the album’s gonna bring.”
Lynch is currently on tour in support of Tullahoma. His headlining Stay Country Tour 2020 runs through March. After that, the buzzed-about entertainer will join Old Dominion on the road.