Dylan Scott Announces Tour + Releases Brand New Song

Dylan Scott announces new tour and shares new song, “This Town’s Been Too Good To Us,” out now, June 2nd, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track below.

2023 is shaping up to be a huge year for Dylan Scott both personally and professionally. The singer-songwriter earned himself an ACM nomination and recently announced that baby number three is on the way. This week, Scott shared the news of his upcoming headlining tour featuring special guests, Matt Schuster and Tayler Holder. Today, the singer shares the track that tour is named after, “This Town’s Been Too Good To Us.”

Scott’s new song is pure nostalgia. We all grow up wanting to be anywhere but in our hometown, but as we get older, we realize that our hometown raised us. The new song personifies that perfectly. Scott shares his heart throughout the verses, reminiscing about all the memories. “This Town’s Been Too Good To Us” is one of those songs that will stick with the listener for a long time coming.

“Yeah we sure painted it up // Tore down them old two lane roads // Yeah we stole every sign // Or left them in bullet holes // It wasn’t nowhere as bad, as we all said that it was // Yeah looking back at it now, this town’s been too good to us // Raise hell on the weekends”

If the new song is any inclination, fans can expect Scott’s upcoming tour to be authentic, vulnerable, and high-energy. Head to Scott’s website for tickets and more tour information here.


Dylan Scott announces new tour and releases new song, “This Town’s Been Too Good To Us,” out now.

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“This Town’s Been Too Good To Us” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.