Dustin Lynch’s Reveals ‘Stars Like Confetti’ As Next Radio Single, Debuts Fun-Filled Music Video

To celebrate the news of his song, “Stars Like Confetti,” impacting country radio on January 30, Dustin Lynch has dropped a…


Madeleine O’Connell

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January 16, 2023

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Dustin Lynch; Photo by Alive Coverage

To celebrate the news of his song, “Stars Like Confetti,” impacting country radio on January 30, Dustin Lynch has dropped a fun-filled music video to match the high energy of the party anthem. 

In his next single, the Broken Bow Records star captures the precious feelings of glee at the beginning of a budding relationship. As his vibrant vocals soar through the upbeat track written by Thomas Rhett, Josh Thompson and Zach Crowell, Lynch depicts a romantic night where sparks begin to fly while the young lovebirds sit “In the back of that old Z-71” and wait for the sun to set.

“I don’t remember what the radio was playin’ / I was hangin’ like the moon on all the words you’re sayin’ / All I know is there was magic in that Chevy / Baby, you were glowin’, God was throwin’ / Stars like confetti, ah / Stars like confetti, ah,” he sings in the chorus. 

“’Stars Like Confetti’ was a very well fleshed out demo that Zach sent me, and the first time I heard that song I was on the boat. He sent it to me and he goes, ‘man, this one feels…this one feels awesome.’ I had no idea he was a writer on it at the time or that Thomas Rhett was,” Lynch previously told Country Now and other media outlets. 

Dustin Lynch – Stars Like Confetti

The accompanying music video directed by Chris Hickey documents Lynch’s time at Country Jam USA 2022 in Eau Claire, WI. Festivalgoers are seen having an endless amount of fun while sharing a few drinks with the country star as he prepares to take the stage. His energy throughout the song, the video and his presence on stage is unmatched, and proves his ability to be the life of the party in whatever setting he finds himself in. 

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“With this video, we really wanted to capture one of my favorite things about Country music and that’s getting to play at live shows, festivals, and fairs,” Lynch shared in a press release. “All of these little pockets across the country are magical and make you realize that, yes – people are coming together, and people are brought together because of Country music.”

He continued, “Sometimes history is made, and a guy and girl meet, fall in love, raise a family, and then bring their kids back to a show. On top of that, I also think we captured just how much fun we’re having on the road with our fans, not only onstage but in-and-around campgrounds before and after. That’s the magic of Country music – it’s one big family having a whole lot of fun!”

“Stars Like Confetti” is featured as the third track off his fifth studio album titled, Blue In The Sky, This project also includes his hit single “Party Mode,” as well as collaborations on “Tequila On A Boat” with Chris Lane, “Huntin’ Land” with Riley Green, and his history-making platinum, six-week No. 1 collaboration “Thinking ‘Bout You” featuring MacKenzie Porter.

Dustin Lynch; Blue In The Sky
Dustin Lynch; Blue In The Sky

The hitmaker wrapped up his headlining Party Mode Tour in 2022, and now, he will be taking his celebratory tracks on the road in 2023. He’s starting off strong with his seventh year at Luke Bryan’s Crash My Playa 2023, where he will serve as host and performer of Dustin Lynch’s Pool Party at Moon Palace Cancún on January 21.

Dustin Lynch will then serve as support on select dates of Kane Brown’s Drunk or Dreaming Tour alongside Gabby Barrett, LOCASH and more. This trek will kick off March 3 in Grand Rapids, MI. 

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Madeleine O’Connell graduated from North Central College with a bachelors degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications before deciding to pursue her studies further at DePaul University. There, she earned her masters degree in Digital Communication & Media Arts. O’Connell served as a freelance writer for over two years while also interning with the Academy of Country Music, SiriusXM and Circle Media and assisting with Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast. In addition to Country Now, she has been published in American Songwriter, Music Mayhem, and Holler.Country. Madeleine O’Connell is a member of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.